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16 Cards in this Set

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1789 rebellion in France that ended the French monarchy for some time
French Revolution
the actions that a nation takes in relation to other nations
foreign policy
not taking sides in a conflict
1793 statement by President Washington that the U.S. would not support or aid either France or Britain in their European conflict
Neutrality Proclamation
1795 agreement between Britain and U.S. that called Britain to pay damage for seized U.S. ships and to give up forts it held in the west. In exchange the U.S. would pay debts owed to British merchants
Jay's Treaty
final official speech of Presidents as they leave office
Farewell Address
When did the French Revolution start?
Why did the French Revolution start?
they wanted a Constitution that limited the king's power
Who was the king of France during the French Revolution?
King Louis XVI (16th)
Why did the United States proclaim the Neutrality Proclamation?
war was becoming too violent
name two things Washington stated in his farwell address
1.for Americans to stay out of foreign affairs stay neutral
The French Revolution was fought between which two countries?
Britian, and France
How did Washington end his presidency?
with a farewell address
Thomas Jefferson, and others, left the cabinet because...
of the Neutrality Proclamation
Jay's Treaty stated that Britain would... damages for the seized American ships
2.give up forts in the west
Jay's Treaty stated that the Americans would...
pay debts long owed to British merchants