Term of Award
Master of Arts in History
Document Type and Release Option
Thesis (restricted to Georgia Southern)
Department of History
The Jay Treaty of 1794 is an important event in American diplomatic history. It helped to prevent United States involvement in a European war and made American neutrality one of the principles of American diplomacy until the creation of the Atlantic Community in 1941. The cleavage between the Federalists and the Republicans over the Treaty was one of the first partisan foreign policy debates under the government of the Constitution, and it was often repeated, as in 1919 between Henry Cabot lodge and Woodrow Wilson over the entry of the United States into the League of Nations.
To obtain a full copy of this work, please visit the campus of Georgia Southern University or request a copy via your institution's Interlibrary Loan (ILL) department. Authors and copyright holders, learn how you can make your work openly accessible online.
Pollard, Allan William, "The Jay Treaty and the Federalist Approach to Anglo-American Relations" (1966). Legacy ETDs. 565.