Chapter 9 Section 2

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  • But how are you going to do that if they are fighting? France and England are so darn stubborn!
  • We NEED to get supplies from the BOTH of them!
  • THIS IS RIDICULOUS! WHY WOULD DO THEY WANT PRODUCTS FROM FRANCE?!
  • Just make a decision already!
  • We are so much better than France and they don't even deserve the money!
  • Tell the Northerners to back us up already!
  • EXCUSE ME?!
  • France does not deserve to win and honestly what would you know did your tobacco leaves tell you that?
  • George Washington was in a panic because they needed to trade with England and France. England and France refused because they were in the midst of a war; The French Revolution.
  • Since when do Americans have ships? How were we supposed to know they weren't French ships?
  • England refused to trade anything with the United States as long as they were considering trading with France too. This was very unfortunate for the states.
  • Now that I have signed this treaty we will be able to have peaceful trade with the British and there will be no more arguing over borders!
  • Hamilton and Jefferson's ideas collided in almost everything. From their views of The French Revolution to their views banking and tariffs. This was called divisions in the cabinet.
  • "Friends and Fellow-Citizens: The period for a new election of a citizen to administer the executive government of the United States being not far distant..."
  • The British and the French both attacked American ships, thinking they were the enemies ships. America was having trouble achieving neutrality throughout the French Revolution
  • John Jay created a treaty that allowed America and England peaceful trade and settled border disputes. This treaty was called Jay's Treaty.
  • After serving two terms as president, Washington decided to resign. He wrote a heartfelt letter about how proud he was to have been apart of creating this country. This letter was called Washington's Farewell Address.
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