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From the Publisher"...displays [Hill's] profound knowledge of both American and French archival sources. Future studies of French-American relations will profit greatly from [Hill's] research."
"A judicious blend of historiographic synthesis and original archival research . . . Hill's analysis of the diplomatic history that led to this near declaration of war is superb and will become the standard authority for United States historians. . . .Napoleon's Troublesome Americans serves as a model for scholarship. . . . Hill should be commended for his fair treatment of the subject and for his labors to reconstruct the history of Franco-American relations from Napoleon's perception."