Outline for Forgein and Domesic Affiars in the 1790s

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1.Evaluate the relative importance of domestic and foreign affairs in shaping American politics in the 1790’s.

I. Importance of Domestic and Foreign affairs

A. Domestic affairs (1790s)
1. Struggles in the economy
a. Hamilton’s financial plan
b. States looked to the Federal government for help
c. More industry
d. Formation of the National bank
c. Limited the states’ rights to print and coin money e. More taxes and tariffs which decreased states rights 2. Constitution
a. The nation became dived on how they read the constitution b. Strict of loose interruptions of the constitution
3. Poltical parties
a. Democrats- Republicans and the federalists
b. Arguments over role of federal government
c. Nation divided
4. Leadership
a. Political parties force a new leader
b. New leadership means new polices and administration 5. Whiskey rebellion
a. Put down by Washington
b. Forced the people to not rebel
c. Showed that the government was capable of enacting laws and making sure they were enforced and obeyed
6. Commerce between states
a. Federal government shoed they had the right to enforce interstate commerce
b. Federal government had to protect the states' interests regarding interstate commerce
c. Transportation was up to the federal government

II. Foreign affairs (1790s)
1. Quasi war
a. Forces Americans to deal with foreign threats
b. Ties with France lost
c. Forces the Americans to become more independent
d. XYZ affair
e. Alien and sedition acts
f. Made the Americans scared of foreign threat
2. Treaties
a. Jay’s treaty
b. Pinckney’s treaty
3. French revolution
1. American policy toward the French Revolution
a. Americans did not want to get involved in those Tariffs
b. There were many points during the revolution when they...
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