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Which of the following statements accurately states the effects of the Embargo Act?
England capitulated and ended its policies of impressment and capturing American ships.
The Embargo Act did not change British policy, and also devastated the American economy in the process.
There were widespread demands for Jefferson to run for a third term as president, which he rejected out of respect for George Washington's precedent.
The Embargo Act weakened France far worse than England, and the lack of supplies led to Napoleon's defeat at Waterloo.
New England voters found the Embargo Act so successful they voted overwhelmingly for James Madison in the 1808 election.