An Exploration of George Washington and Thomas Jefferson Through the Eyes of Gordon S. Wood

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It is hard to say which, if any, of the founders made the greatest impact on what we now call the United States of America, but through Wood's work one may determine who they believe was the greatest asset. Through reading Wood's work it is evident that he believes the success of America is a collaboration of all of these great men, but uses extreme care in emphasizing the greatness of two of them in particular, George Washington and Thomas Jefferson...
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Washington and Jefferson, although completely distinctive politically, they share the unique bond of shaping America to what it has become today. Similarly, both Thomas Jefferson and George Washington struggled to maintain the legacy of becoming gentlemen, exemplifying the time that they lived. Wood portrays Washington as obsessed with his gentleman status, and often put his reputation, which was probably his most prized possession, before his personal beliefs...
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