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In order to improve finances, the newly established U.S. government did all of the following, except
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The Federalist party split as a result of the disagreement between who User: What year marked the XYZ affair?
Weegy: The XYZ Affair was when the French demanded large payments before discussing peace terms, Americans were outraged. They called it the XYZ Affair for the three French agents involved. [ Many Americans wanted it, but Adams worked carefully to avoid a war with France so soon. The U.S. Navy had a very small army. Adams built up the U.S. Army and Navy for protection, while sending Americans to France to work on peace. The U.S. never officially declared war, but between 1797 and 1800, both sides were attacking ships at sea. Finally, in 1800 the U.S. and France signed a peace treaty. France was already at war with Great Britain, and neither nation wanted the United States to be involved. Adams' ability to avoid war through careful diplomacy was a major success. .............. ] User: Which statement BEST summarizes how President Adams reacted to the crisis with France? a. Adams strengthened the navy and asked Congress to declare war. b. Adams strengthened the navy but kept the nation out of a war. c. To avoid war, Adams gave in to French demands for a bribe. d. To avoid war, Adams ignored French attacks on American ships. Weegy: President Adams reacted to the crisis with France through this: c. To avoid war, Adams gave in to French demands for a bribe. (More)
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Who did the colonists regard as the hero who struck the first blow against the French? a. Robert Dinwiddie c. Benjamin Franklin b. George Washington d. Jonathan Edwards
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The colonists considered George Washington the hero who struck the first blow against the French.
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