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Federalist President John Adams appointed John Marshall to the United States Supreme Court. He passed the Alien and Sedition Acts as a means to protect the United States from foreign born insurgents and combatants. He built up the army and navy in anticipation of future hostilities with Europe, France in particular following the XYZ Affair.

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