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Chapter 4: Federalists & Republicans . Section 2: Trade and Western Expantion. Washington's Administration . French Revolution France declares war on England Who’s side do we join ???????? Washington decides to be: Neutral. Jays Treaty .

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chapter 4 federalists republicans

Chapter 4: Federalists & Republicans

Section 2: Trade and Western Expantion

washington s administration
Washington's Administration
  • French Revolution
    • France declares war on England
      • Who’s side do we join ????????
    • Washington decides to be: Neutral
jays treaty
Jays Treaty
  • Washington sent John Jay to England to mend ties with the British and find a resolution…….
    • Britain got the right to seize goods sent to French ports
      • America didn’t get compensated
    • America had to pay off Pre-War debt
    • America was able to be a neutral country
    • Britain agreed to give up forts in the American frontier
    • America became a favored trading nation with British
    • America got exclusive trading with the British Caribbean
pinckney s treaty
Pinckney’s Treaty
  • Washington sent Thomas Pinckney to Spain to keep the peace and obtain western lands .........
    • Granted the U.S. rights to navigate the Mississippi river and deposit goods @ New Orleans
washington administration
Washington Administration
  • Retires after 2 terms
    • “believed if a president served more than 2 terms he would appear King Like”
    • Warned against:
      • Political Parties
      • Alliances with other nations
      • Sectionalism
election of 1796
Election of 1796
  • Federalists – John Adams
  • Democratic Republicans – Thomas Jefferson
  • Adams wins
    • Jefferson becomes V.P.
xyz affairs
XYZ Affairs
  • Sides:
    • French – Agents (X) (Y) (Z)
    • Americans – Pinckney, Gerry, & Marshall
  • Issues
    • French didn’t like Jays treaty so they blocked American ships headed to Britain
    • France wanted $250,000 to negotiate & $12 million loan
      • NNOOOOOOOO!
  • Result
    • An undeclared war with France at sea – Quasi War
alien sedition act
Alien & Sedition Act
  • Proposed by:
    • The Federalists
  • Was:
    • A law that required new immigrates to wait 14 years before they could become citizens
      • Immigrants tended to vote Democratic-Republican
    • Couldn’t say anything bad about the federal government
      • Thrown in jail
  • Result
    • Unified the Democratic-Republicans
    • Created the Kentucky Virginia Resolution
kentucky virginia resolution
Kentucky Virginia Resolution
  • Thomas Jefferson and James Madison (Dem-Rep) will support Virginia & Kentucky against the Alien & Sedition Act
  • Argued:
    • Since the states wrote the constitution they could declare the law (A & S act) unconstitutional
election of 1800
Election of 1800
  • Federalists – John Adams
  • Democratic Republicans – Thomas Jefferson
  • Adams / Jefferson Tied
    • ?????????????
  • Jefferson became President
  • Showed:
    • there could be a smooth change in power between parties