American History

Hi, I need help on answering this question:

To what extent did foreign affairs shape American domestic politics in the 1790s?

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I know about the competing visions between Hamilton and Jefferson as well as the British and the French... But i'm lost. i don't know which side to pick or to even talk about.

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  1. http://www.usdiplomacy.org/exhibit/protecting.php

    Read carefully.

    =)

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  2. thanks but i'm still lost...

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