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"Mr. President"

George Washington and the Making of the Nation's Highest Office
Unger, Harlow G., 1931- (Book - 2013 )
"Mr. President"


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"Although the framers gave the president little authority, George Washington knew whatever he did would set precedents for generations of future leaders. To ensure their ability to defend the nation, he simply ignored the Constitution when he thought it necessary. In a revealing new look at the birth of American government, [this book] describes Washington's presidency in a time of continual crisis, as rebellion and attacks by foreign enemies threatened to destroy this new nation"--
Authors: Unger, Harlow G., 1931-
Statement of Responsibility: Harlow Giles Unger
Title: "Mr. President"
George Washington and the making of the nation's highest office
Edition: First Da Capo Press edition
Characteristics: xii, 273 pages : illustrations ; 24 cm
Content Type: text
Media Type: unmediated
Carrier Type: volume
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