1. What does Bell argue about Napoleons long-term influence on European history? How is his approach different from other scholars in this section? How do he and Grab agree (consider how Napoleon contributed to modernity in Europe)? What support can you find for Bells argument in primary sources including Constant and Pasquier. 2. How are Aaslestad and Hagemanns arguments similar to those of Grab? Of Woolf? How do they all differ while still supporting each other? What support do the primary sources provide for these scholarly arguments (consider at least two primary sources)? 3. How did opponents of Napoleon criticize his effect on Europe? What do even the critics have to acknowledge about Napoleons impact? Use multiple primary, literary, and visual sources to support your answer.