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Adams aroused suspicions, he had nornsuch reservoir of good will to sustainrnhim.rnFrench antagonism toward the newrnrepublic flowered in Adams' term, andrnAdams and his Federalist-dominatedrnCongress responded with extensive militaryrnpreparations. They also enacted thernAlien and Sedition Acts, a group of legislativernmeasures whose ostensible aimrnwas to allow President Adams to keep . . .

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