Chapter 10 B. Foreign Entanglements. American Revolution triggers the French Revolution: French Revolution 1780s -1790s French Civil War French citizens against French Government French vs. other European countries
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the French Revolution:
French Revolution 1780s -1790s
French Civil War
French citizens against French Government
French vs. other European countries
Turning Point: “Reign of Terror” and the Guillotine wiped out the enemies of the revolution!
U.S.(________________) response: Democracy defeating a monarchy !
U.S. (_____________________) response: hates the mobocracy in France
WHAT SHOULD AMERICA DO??????????????????????????????
Problem: England fights the French (WHO DO AMERICANS SUPPORT NOW?)
Jefferson Liberals: _________________________________/ they helped us in Americans revolution …we should help them now!
Hamilton Conservatives: ___________________________________________________________________________________________________________Foreign Affairs Trouble the Nation
*******Proclamation of ___________________________ ***********
- a statement that the U.S. would support NEITHER side in the conflict (stay out of war)
French reaction = HIGHLY UPSET (FRANCO-AMERICAN TREATY)
Visited Charleston, S.C. in claims that Washington’s decision didn’t reflect the PEOPLE’S choice!
Genet’s Vision: the people would rebel against Washington’s Neutrality!WASHINGTON’S CHOICE____________________________________
The Royal Navy began harassing / seizing American ships along with the French (American ship had economical interests they were protecting)
___________________– the kidnapping of American sailors and ships
Washington is trying to avoid war
Reaction: Washington sends John Jay to Britain to iron things out!
PROTECTION!?!Problems in the Caribbean
Justice in 1796
- negotiate a treaty with Britain
(to stay away from war = neutrality)
(1) The U.S. _______________________! (for pre-revolutionary issues)
(2) _________________________________________on the American side of the Canadian/American border.
(3) British will pay for damages ___________________________(did not promise it would stop!)
(1) Dem-Republicans (______________________) HATED John Jay’s treaty!
(2) ___________________________________________________________Jay’s Treaty
Spain wanted to HELP America in their misfortune!
Spain controlled Miss. River / Louisiana Territory, Texas to California and Florida (at the time)
(1)to travel in and out of the _________________
(Result: American development of Miss. Area)
(2) ____________________(*still occupied by Spain!)
(3) Access to the __________________________*_________________* (1795)
“____________________________” – (1796)-
(1) PROMOTE NEUTRALITY =
“Steer clear of permanent alliances”
*Permanent Alliances are BAD!!!!!! (emergencies are ok!)
(2) AVOID TWO PARTY SYSTEM (divisive)
(What causes the 2 Party system??)
___________________________WASHINGTON’S FAREWELL ADDRESS
What did the differences between Hamilton (Fed) and Jefferson (Dem. Rep) provide America? (T CHART)
What was the overall purpose of the Bank of the United States?
Jefferson’s view on BOUS / Hamilton’s view on BOUS
What is the difference between a protective tariff and an excise tax? Purpose of the Protective Tariff?
What is the legacy of the Whiskey Rebellion?
Why did Jeffersonian support the French in their Revolution? Why did Hamiltonians NOT support the French in their Revolution?
What was the purpose of Edmund Genet’s visit to America?
What did Pinckney’s Treaty provide America? Byproduct?
Western settlers view Jay’s Treaty? Southern farmer’s view?
What did Washington support AND advise against in his Farewell Address?Review Questions