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29 August, 15:28

Who was supposed to meet the three officials sent by President John Adams to France for negotiations? A. Chief Justice John Marshall B. Secretary of Treasury Alexander Hamilton C. Foreign Minister Charles-Maurice de Talleyrand D. Secretary of State Thomas Jefferson

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  1. 29 August, 16:40
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    C. Foreign Minister Charles-Maurice de Talleyrand

    Explanation:

    In 1797 the XYZ Affair took place. It was a dplomatic incident between the United States and Republican France.

    An American diplomatic commission (John Marshall, Charles Cotesworth Pinckney, and Elbridge Gerry) was sent to France to negotiate a solution to problems that were threatening to break out into war.

    The American commission arrived in Paris in early October 1797, and immediately requested a meeting with Charles-Maurice de Talleyrand.
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