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A survey of the foreign policy challenges during George Washington's presidency, with special emphasis on the administration's response to the Wars of the French Revolution. This presentation also …

A survey of the foreign policy challenges during George Washington's presidency, with special emphasis on the administration's response to the Wars of the French Revolution. This presentation also includes a graphic organizer to use while discussing Washington's Farewell Address.

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  • 1. Washington’sForeignPolicy& Farewell Address
  • 2. AMERICA: 1790
  • 3. Our Revolutionwas Over.
  • 4. Jacques-Louis David, The Tennis Court Oath
  • 5. The Storming of the Bastille, 14 July 1789
  • 6. The French TricolorThey wannabe us...But theyAIN’T us.
  • 7. The French RevolutionHamiltonJeffersonUS Should SupportFrench RevolutionUS Should OpposeFrench Revolution
  • 8. WAR!!!France vs. Europe
  • 9. How should theUnited Statesrespond?
  • 10. NeutralityProclamation“Whereas it appears thata state of war existsbetween Austria,Prussia, Sardinia, GreatBritain, and the UnitedNetherlands, of the onepart, and France on theother...1793
  • 11. NeutralityProclamation“The duty and interest ofthe United Statesrequire, that they shouldwith sincerity and goodfaith adopt and pursue aconduct friendly andimpartial toward thebelligerent Powers...”1793
  • 12. Washington’s NeutralityProclamation definedAmerican foreignpolicy toward Europeuntil World War II.The Legacy
  • 13. “Your boys arenot going to besent into anyforeign wars!”-- FDR, 1940http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=JfSU-VGixjM
  • 14. Art courtesy of Sam B. andJames J. (APUSH 2008-2009)
  • 15. Citizen GenetFrench Ambassadorto theUnited States1793-1794Privateers:• Republicaine• Anti-George• Sans-Culotte• Citizen Genêt
  • 16. HamiltonJeffersonYou’re right.He has to bedismissed.Citizen Genet’s lack of regardfor diplomatic protocol resultedin a rare agreement betweenJefferson and Hamilton.
  • 17. Photo by Gage SkidmoreCitizen Genetwas FIRED.
  • 18. Jefferson
  • 19. Photo by Roger SmithJefferson, frustrated with theadministration’s pro-Britishpolicies, retired to Monticello.
  • 20. Britain agrees to abandonforts in U.S. in exchange forMost Favored Nation (MFN)trading status.The Jay TreatyJohn Jay1794-1796
  • 21. The Jay Treatystrengthenedeconomic tieswith aristocraticBritain, whilecreating tensionbetween the U.S.and republicanFrance.
  • 22. http://www.city-journal.org/2010/20_1_urb-john-jay.html
  • 23. Ratified 20-10** Treaties require a 2/3 vote ofthe Senate for ratification.Photo by Kurt Magoon
  • 24. • Settled West Florida Boundary• Free navigation of the Mississippi R.• Right of Deposit (New Orleans)Thomas Pinckney(SC)Pinckney’s Treaty 1795
  • 25. Map by Golbez
  • 26. Map by GolbezFree Navigation
  • 27. A precedentfor all futurepresidentsTwo Terms
  • 28. EXCEPTONEOOPS!
  • 29. Art courtesy of Sam B. andJames J. (APUSH 2008-2009)
  • 30. TWO TERM PRECEDENTPhoto by rogerblake2The Twenty-secondAmendment (1951)made Washington’sprecedent official.
  • 31. Jeffersonian Ideas WASHINGTON Hamiltonian IdeasUNIONSectionalismPolitical PartiesExcessive DebtVirtue(Religion and Morality)Consolidation ofPowerNeutralityWashington’s Farewell Address

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