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1 Bell Ringer – 11/16/08 1.What inspired the French rebels to start a revolution against the French monarchy? 2.What effect did the French Revolution have on other countries in Europe? 3.What was impressment?

2 The U.S. and Britain Relationships between U.S. and Britain were rocky, especially because British troops were selling weapons to Indians in the Northwest TerritoryRelationships between U.S. and Britain were rocky, especially because British troops were selling weapons to Indians in the Northwest Territory President Washington sent Chief Justice John Jay to Britain in 1794 to negotiate a settlementPresident Washington sent Chief Justice John Jay to Britain in 1794 to negotiate a settlement

3 Jay’s Treaty British agreed to abandon NW forts. In return, U.S. would pay debts owed to the BritishBritish agreed to abandon NW forts. In return, U.S. would pay debts owed to the British However, the British did not stop arming Indians or impressing American sailorsHowever, the British did not stop arming Indians or impressing American sailors Americans burned effigies (images) of Jay in anger.Americans burned effigies (images) of Jay in anger.

4 An effigy of President Bush

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6 Pinckney’s Treaty 1795 Treaty settled with Spain by diplomat Thomas Pinckney.1795 Treaty settled with Spain by diplomat Thomas Pinckney. Set southern border at 31 st parallel and recognized Florida as Spain’s land.Set southern border at 31 st parallel and recognized Florida as Spain’s land.

7 The 1796 Election Pres. Washington (easily re-elected in 1792) didn’t seek a third termPres. Washington (easily re-elected in 1792) didn’t seek a third term He encouraged Americans to stay neutral abroad and avoid political partiesHe encouraged Americans to stay neutral abroad and avoid political parties Sectionalism – political parties still began, based greatly upon loyalty to a particular part of the countrySectionalism – political parties still began, based greatly upon loyalty to a particular part of the country

8 Political Parties Federalist Party John Adams with Thomas PinckneyJohn Adams with Thomas Pinckney Merchants, lawyers, church leaders, rich peopleMerchants, lawyers, church leaders, rich people Wanted commerce w/ Britain (make $$)Wanted commerce w/ Britain (make $$) Republican Party Thomas Jefferson and Aaron Burr Small farmers, artisans, tradespeople Wanted to limit the federal government’s power

9 John Adams – President Thomas Jefferson – Vice President

10 Alien & Sedition Acts – Passed 1798 Alien – President was allowed to imprison any alien (foreigner) who seemed dangerous to the U.S.Alien – President was allowed to imprison any alien (foreigner) who seemed dangerous to the U.S. Sedition – U.S. citizen fined or jailed for writing or saying anything malicious about the government or PresidentSedition – U.S. citizen fined or jailed for writing or saying anything malicious about the government or President Jefferson and the Republicans protested - the act was not renewed a year later.Jefferson and the Republicans protested - the act was not renewed a year later.

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