An Address on the Past, Present, and Eventual Relations of the United
States to France.
New York: Printed by T. and J. Swords, 1803.
John Dickinson argues, in 1803, that France is becoming
a danger to the United States under the leadership of Napoleon. To counter
this danger, alliance with Britain may be necessary, and even beneficial
to the U.S., in the long run.
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