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    Jerald A. Combs
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    University of California Press; 1st edition (June 1, 1970)
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Combs gives a lot of excellent background to the Jay Treaty situation

Combs gives a lot of excellent background to the Jay Treaty situation. After reading a few biographies taking place at the turn of of the 18th century, and all referencing this treaty as pivotal, I thought I should get some more clarification on what the deal was. Combs walks you through all the major player's possible motivations, the financial aspects on all the countries involved, and discusses in detail the provisions of the treaty. Nov 19, 2010 Jerry Landry rated it really liked it. Shelves: 2011-reads, ads.

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Combs, Jerald A. (1970). The Jay Treaty: Political Battleground of the Founding Fathers. The Art of Presidential Leadership: George Washington and the Jay Treaty". Virginia Magazine of History and Biography. Virginia Historical Society. University of California Press. ISBN 978-0-5200-1573-9.

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When the text of the treaty became public, a howling . com; The jay treaty: political battleground of the founding fathers, by jerald a. combs (1970).

When the text of the treaty became public, a howling, stone-throwing mob marched on the Philadelphia home of pro-Federalist Sen. William Bingham of Pennsylvania to condemn Washington, Jay and the Senate. The treaty’s opponents, members of the Senate’s anti-administration n minority, demanded that the treaty be renegotiated - among other reasons - because it failed to protect America’s trading agreements with France. This article tagged under

The Jay Treaty: Political Battleground of the Founding Fathers Jun 1, 1970. Nationalist, realist, and radical: three views of American diplomacy Jan 1, 1972.

The Jay Treaty: Political Battleground of the Founding Fathers Jun 1, 1970. 1 ). The History of American Foreign Policy from 1895 by Jerald A Combs (2012-07-15) Jan 1, 1676.

The Jay Treaty: Political Battleground of the Founding Fathers. British forces at Detroit (one of the five forts on US territory) had rebuilt and occupied an additional fort south of Detroit British officials were seeking to establish trade agreements directly with Americans in the western territories and the new state of Vermont with the goal of detaching these territories from the United States British officials were supplying arms to Indian tribes in.

The 1794 Jay Treaty restored relations with Great Britain and caused great political rifts within the American public. An important Federalist figure during the early days of the American republic, John Jay was also a close political ally of George Washington. Formally titled the "Treaty of Amity Commerce and Navigation between His Britannic Majesty and the United States of America," but more popularly known as the Jay Treaty, the document was officially ratified by President George Washington in August 1795. Debates about the treaty caused Washington to establish a firm protocol concerning the constitutional treaty-making process.

Views the bitter debates which erupted over the John Jay Treaty as manifestations of the evolving Republican and Federalist parties' opposing domestic and foreign goals