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Washington and his advisors had to decided whether or not to aid France in the French Revolution based on the Treaty of Alliance.

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He wanted neutrality, the us was all ready in a sufficient amount of debt

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He was an infantry man

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Q: What was President Washington's position on the war in Europe?
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