6. Although Macon’s Bill No. 2 temporarily removed all restrictions on trade,
A) non-intercourse would be reapplied to either major power if the other ceased violating
American neutral rights.
B) Americans did not take advantage of the chance to trade with Great Britain.
C) Americans preferred to trade with other neutral nations.
D) the Embargo Act would be reapplied in December 1810 if war in Europe continued.
E) non-intercourse would be reapplied to both England and France if they continued to
interfere with American shipping.
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