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XYZ Affair and the Quasi-War (Grade 7)

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XYZ Affair and the Quasi-War

The XYZ Affair damaged the relationship between the United States and which other country?
  1. France
  2. Mexico
  3. Canada
  4. England
Why did the United States refuse to pay back its debts to France?

What were the X, Y, and Z?

Why did the Jay Treaty anger France?

Who did John Adams send to negotiate with France?
  1. Charles Pinckney, John Marshall, and Elbridge Gerry
  2. Thomas Jefferson, John Jay, and Alexander Hamilton
  3. Charles Pinckney, Aaron Burr, and Timothy Pickering
  4. Jean-Conrad Hottinguer, Pierre Bellamy, and Lucien Hauteval
French diplomats demanded what from the United States before they would negotiate?
  1. a U.S. declaration of war on England
  2. U.S. to pay bribes and give a loan to France
  3. to buy the Louisiana Territory
  4. to end the impressment of French sailors
The XYZ Affair took place in what years?
  1. 1795-96
  2. 1797-98
  3. 1801-03
  4. 1805-07
The Federalists favored war with France.
  1. True
  2. False
Fear of French sympathizers endangering national security lead the passage of which laws?
  1. Intolerable Acts
  2. Impressment Acts
  3. Alien and Sedition Acts
  4. Acts of the First Coalition
In 1798, Congress declared the start of the Quasi-War.
  1. True
  2. False
The United States Marine Corps was created to defend American ships from French privateers.
  1. True
  2. False
In 1800, the                         ended the Quasi-War.
  1. Treaty of Mortefontaine
  2. Treaty of Washington
  3. Treaty of Ghent
  4. Treaty of Paris
Who came to power in France and reopened negotiations with the United States?
  1. Robespierre
  2. Louis XVIII
  3. Napoleon
  4. Danton

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