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1. Why was Washington's task as the nation's first president difficult? Washington faced a difficult task, He knew his actions as president would set an example. Congress agreed that Washington should be called “M12 President” rather than by a title that would suggest he was a king, Congress also had to settle differ
George Washington and Precedent He knew his actions as president would set an example. A "precedent" for all other presidents after him.
Federal Judiciary Act Set up the court system including the lower courts.
One Precedent that Washington set was... That a president has a cabinet.
In exchange for his plan for the federal government to assume debt Alexander Hamilton promsied Thomas Jefferson that hes would: Convince Congressmen to vote for the building nation's capital in Virginia
The slavery petition of 1790 was signed by Ben Franklin
John Adams disliked the job of Vice President because he felt left out because Washington didn't adk his opinion
What does G-Sperm stand for? Geography,Social,Political,Economic,Religious,Military
The Slave Trade Petition was written by Quakers and made southerns mad as they felt discussing it was a betrayal of the agreement they fought for during the Constitutional Convention.
Alexander Hamilton argued that the bank was constitutional because it was "necessary and proper".
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