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How did Jay's Treaty, which was negotiated in 1794, change the relationship between the United States and Great Britain? A. It increased trade and prevented another war between the two nations. B. It reduced tariffs and abolished restrictive trade policies between the two nations. C. It created a military alliance between the United States and Great Britain against France. D. It established new borders between the United States and Great Britain's colonies in Canada.
Weegy: (B.) Tensions between the United States and Britain remained high after the Revolutionary War as a result of three key issues. British exports flooded U.S. markets, while American exports were blocked by British trade restrictions and tariffs. (More)
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What was a major cause of the tensions that eventually led to the Adams-Onís Treaty? A. James Monroe issued a new foreign policy regarding European nations. B. Spain had been weakened by a lengthy and costly war with Great Britain. C. Andrew Jackson invaded Spanish East Florida to attack the Seminole Indians. D. Great Britain was beginning a war with France and needed to make peace with the United States.
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Jefferson and Madison on States' Rights Thomas Jefferson • Wrote Kentucky Resolutions in 1798 and 1799 • Proposed that a state could nullify a federal law within the state James Madison • Wrote Virginia Resolution in 1798 • Proposed that a state could place itself between the federal government and the state's citizens What is one reason why Jefferson and Madison wrote the Resolutions? A. They wanted to amend the Virginia and Kentucky constitutions. B. They felt ...
Weegy: Opposition to the Alien and Sedition Acts resulted in the highly controversial Virginia and Kentucky Resolutions, authored by James Madison and Thomas Jefferson. [ [ - The Kentucky and Virginia Resolutions (or Resolves) were political statements drafted in 1798 and 1799, in which the Kentucky and Virginia legislatures took the position that the federal Alien and Sedition Acts were unconstitutional. - - - - ] ] (More)
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