Position to enforce them if one side doesnt want to

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Unformatted text preview: her- us in middle - Jeffersonians model- as pop grows and exports grow, markets MUST grow in order to be cohesive - Brit and france not a prob- didn’t need to open markets so us could export- huge probs with trade - Blockade- brits blockade French coast so ships couldn’t get in - Brits and f had diff ideas of contraband- for us to send guns to French, this was absolutely not ok…but…us sending cotton and wheat etc- this can be construed as war material- defs fuzzy - Us laundered trade- - Broken voyage- to avoid rule of 1756- the French colonies couldn’t ship directly to france without brit knowing- so americans would pick up French colony stuff, bring it to American port and relable it- get around brit restrictions - There were always nav treaties- - Amers in no position to enforce them- if one side doesn’t want to abide by it, they wont - Brit and france idnt want each other to benefit from us imports- the us meanwhile, had no one to ship to - Still debates between federalists and republicans French revolution - terrifies the federalists - scared about what happens during mob rule - feds all about stability - violent revolutions not good - probs of French rev- new gov- do we make treaties with states or us gov- how to act with new country? Haitian revolution - scarier - African slaves vs white colonists - This made southerners very nervous - Growing realization that this in the...
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This document was uploaded on 03/20/2014 for the course HIST 282 at Georgetown.

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