Global Stormy presidency

Global Stormy presidency - Editor: John Adam's presidential...

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Editor: John Adam’s presidential term from 1796 till 1800 was filled with problems for the president. Prior to becoming president Adams, was a delegate from Massachusetts to the Continental Congress (1774-1777), diplomat in Europe from 1778 to 1788, and had also been vice president under Washington during the Washington administration. Adams was a Federalist, who supported strong central government, central banking, mixed economy, and good relations with Britain and other foreign nations. Leading up to Adams election, which he won by a very slim margin, there were causes for concern. The Indians had been encroaching on American settlers. After 1794, and the Treaty of Greenville cleared the Ohio territory of any Indian tribes. The English had been seizing American merchant ships and forcing their crews to join the British navy in retaliation for American merchants doing business in the French West Indies. Then John Jay tried to negotiate a treaty with England to settle this issue but the treaty
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