Essay heading: George Washington in the Revolution

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The second being the alarming lack of gunpowder, calculated to be a mere nine rounds per man, and not nearly enough for a full scale war. The third initial problem was Washington’s army itself; comprised entirely of volunteers, generally inexperienced untrained farmers, craftsmen, and merchants, signing on under the condition of free election of officers...
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A form of hierarchy, that left the army disorganized and without discipline; officers hoping for reelection letting general anarchy rule. Work undone and soldiers often disappearing and unaccounted for, Washington set out to change this by setting new rules and regulations with severe punishments. New obstacles would quickly crop up; lack of federal funds leaving supplies unbought and men unpaid...
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