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#1. How did Jefferson and Madison view liberty in terms of british and french behavior on the seas?

Question #1. How did Jefferson and Madison view liberty in terms of British and French behavior on the seas?

Title: Give Me Liberty!

Author: Eric Foner ISBN978-0-393-92032-1

Publisher W. W. Norton&Company, Incorporated Publication

Date February 14, 2014

Chapters 7 - 10

Please use complete sentences and in at least 3 sentences in the answer.

Question #2. Comment on what Alexis de Tocqueville meant when he said that Americans "combine the notions of Christianity and of liberty so intimately in their minds that it is impossible to make them conceive the one without the other." How accurate do you think the observation was?Title: Give Me Liberty!

Author: Eric Foner ISBN978-0-393-92032-1

Publisher W. W. Norton&Company, Incorporated Publication

Date: February 14, 2014

Chapters 7 - 10

Please use complete sentences and in atleast 3 sentences in the answer.

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#1. How did Jefferson and Madison view liberty in terms of british and french behavior on the seas? Title Give Me Liberty! Author Eric Foner ISBN 978-0-393-92032-1 Publisher W. W. Norton&Company, Incorporated Publication Date February 14, 2014 Chapters 7 - 10 Please use complete sentences and in atleast 3 sentences. #2. Comment on what Alexis de Tocqueville meant when he said that Americans "combine the notions of Christianity and of liberty so intimately in their minds that it is impossible to make them conceive the one without the other." How accurate do you think the observation was? Title Give Me Liberty! Author Eric Foner ISBN 978-0-393-92032-1 Publisher W. W. Norton&Company, Incorporated Publication Date February 14, 2014 Chapters 7 - 10 Please use complete sentences and in atleast 3 sentences.
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