AMH 2010 Terms and Outline WEEK 6::Liberty, Equality, and Fraternity!”: America at Home and Abroad I. “Liberty, Equality, and Fraternity!”: Diplomacy, Domesticity, and Nationalism II. American Diplomacy A.French Revolution, 1789 1.practical benefits Proclamation of Neutrality, 1793 Citizen Genet 2.ideological tensions King Louis XVI, 1793 Reign of Terror B.Britain Jay Treaty, 1794 1.practical “full and complete compensation” vs. “free ships make free goods” 2. ideological C.Spain Treaty of San Lorenzo / Pinckney Treaty, 1795 31stparallel III. American Domesticity A.Indian resistance “Mad” Anthony Wayne—Battle of Fallen Timbers, 1794 Treaty of Grenville, 1795 Land Act, 1796 B.Whiskey Rebellion, 1794 (PA) Excise tax Lighthorse Harry Lee C.1796 Election 1.Washington’s successor: John Adams (1796-1800) Adams v. Jefferson Washington, DC—White House 2.Challenges XYZ Affair, 1798—Talleyrand Alien and Sedition Act, 1798 VA and KY Resolutions—“null and void” D. 1800 Election THE most important election in US History 1.Bloodless coup Jefferson v. Aaron Burr (1800-1808)
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