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The Jay treaty; political battleground of the Founding Fathers [by] Jerald A. Combs.

Berkeley, University of California Press, 1970.
ISBN , 0520015738, 9780520015739

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Subjects Diplomatic relations.
EE. UU. -- Relaciones exteriores -- Gran Bretaña.
États-Unis -- Relations extérieures -- Grande-Bretagne.
Gran Bretaña -- Relaciones exteriores -- EE. UU.
Grande-Bretagne -- Relations extérieures -- États-Unis.
Grande-Bretagne. Traités, etc. États-Unis, 1794 nov. 19.
Great Britain -- Foreign relations -- United States.
Great Britain.
Treaty of Amity, Commerce, and Navigation, with the United States of America (1794 November 19)
United States -- Foreign relations -- Great Britain.
United States.
Description xi, 254 pages 24 cm
Copyright Date 1970.
Notes Includes bibliographical references (pages 229-242).
Contents Part 1. Seeds of discord: Anglo-American relations, 1782-1789 : Great Britain: From conciliation to confrontation ; The unity of the American response -- Part 2. The decision-makers divide: America faces Great Britain, 1789-1793 : Alexander Hamilton and the heroic state ; Hamilton, Washington, Adams, and Jay: heroism versus respectability ; Jefferson and Madison: a foreign policy in persuit of happiness ; Great Britain holds the line -- Part 3. Crisis and resolution: Anglo-American relations and the Jay treaty, 1793-1796 : The structure of American neutrality ; The weapons of American neutrality ; Negotiations ; Ratificaton ; A house divided.
Geographic Area United States
Network Numbers (OCoLC)63410
WorldCat Search OCLC WorldCat
WorldCat Identities Combs, Jerald A.
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