Burr - 1834, Chapter Thirteen - Fourteen Summary & Analysis

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1834, Chapter Thirteen - Fourteen Summary

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Early America is not allowed to give birth to a new governing nation without the state of world affairs intruding. France is in the midst of the French Revolution. France was also America's chief ally. The revolution in France worries the Tories turned Federalists. Initially they wished for British rule, but with independence won, a strong Federal government will have to suffice. The influence of France's revolution begins to permeate American society, from calling one another "citizen" and "citizeness" to an elevation of station to the point of common rudeness preventing an impression of a class system. With France now at war with England and other European countries, Washington declares the U.S. to be a neutral country. This decision gives rise to two distinct parties: The Federalists, who are pro-British...

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