Compare And Contrast The Four Distinct Features Of The Late 1700's

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The four distinct features of the late 1700’s on U.S. foreign policy were to emancipate from the dependence of Europe, provide for an American market of production, to protect Americans by sea, and general peace. Based on the “No Entangling Alliances” Jefferson’s main goal was clearing all debt and breaking tides with Europe. Although Jefferson wanted to break away from Europe roots he couldn’t stress enough on the importance of over sea trade. For as it was in the best interest of America to open trade with foreign markets. Due to France and Britain wanting to have control over all imports and exports, Jefferson deployed naval vessels to protect the coast of America. Finally, Jefferson wanted peace for the nation not wanting to deal with the

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