How Did George Washington Able To Sit Next To Each Other

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George Washington is able to sit with John Adams because during George Washington's presidency John Adams was his Vice President. He and George Washington at the end we're both part of the same political party practically because they agreed in the majority of the political choices. John Adams and Alexander Hamilton could sit next to each other because they were part of the same political party and believed in a loose interpretation of the constitution and a strong federal government. Alexander Hamilton and Henry Clay could sit next to each other because they were both major/huge leaders in the federal bank, Hamilton was for the first while Clay was in the second. Stephen Douglas could sit next to Henry Clay because he admired what he did…show more content…
Ulysses S Grant and Abraham Lincoln could sit next to each other because they both believed in the justice to protect the order of the Union. Lincoln liked Grant for his success in battles which his other generals could not accomplish. Abraham Lincoln would be able to sit next to Harriet Tubman because she was an abolitionist activist who fought for the rights for African Americans and Lincoln wanted them to be free. Harriet Tubman and Fredrick Douglas because they both wanted slavery to abolished and were slave back then. Fredrick Douglas and John Brown could sit next to each other because they both wanted to abolish slavery and they ended up using different methods, but they wanted slaves to be free in the south. John Brown could sit next to William Lloyd because they both were abolitionists, Lloyd was a journalist though that generally agree with Brown’s activist ways. William Lloyd and Thomas Paine could sit next to each other because they both believed in the equal rights of the people, Lloyd was more about blacks to be free but Paine was for Americans to be free from the English. Thomas Paine and Thomas Jefferson both wanted the American people to be free, Paine had wrote the booklet to influence people on the reasons why, while Jefferson wrote the Declaration of
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