Founding Brothers Chapter 4

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American History

 

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January 7, 2016

 

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Washington did not believe in political parties. As the political parties started forming during his administration he didn't want American people to debate and resolve public issues. It was his fear of what these parties would do to the nation. This is what led Washington to the farewell address. 2...
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This is the crisis in this chapter that Washington began the farewell address. Two thirds of the address is devoted to domestic matters and the rise of political parties. Washington called for men to put aside party and unite for the common good, an "American character" wholly free of foreign attachments...
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