How Did George Washington Influence The Government

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On February 22, 1732, in Westmoreland County, Virginia, VA one of the greatest presidents was born who changed this country by his smart, wise, and tactical advice. This famous president is come to be know as George Washington. George Washington came to be the first president of the united states and cause this country to go into directions where no other man could have possibly done. George Washington always had a smart mind set and tactical, with this, he deserves a rightful spot where his face would be shown to all on mount rushmore. George Washington had many pieces of great influential advice, some examples of this are, not having political parties that cause different opinions and forced more problems. Second, is to preserve the constitution …show more content…

Back when George Washington was alive, the republican and democratic party did not form as he did not want to happen. So the groups federalists and antifederalists came about. The federalists wanted the government and was a strong support for creating the government. That said, this means that George Washington was easily a Federalists. George Washington tried his best to make the United States the best and set the bar as he, the first resident of the united states, did not want to mess it up as it would have affect the rest of history and change the path that it took. George Washington believed that if there were two completely different political parties that it was cause too many problems and cause the United States to spiral. Currently, this is happening in our world today. As the 2016 presidential election is coming up it is causing many disagreements with one another. This proves that us as a nation disobeyed a very wise man because our current generation thought that it would be better for the government. This is obviously false. All in all, George Washington’s first piece of advice before leaving the role a president of united states, is to not create two different political parties and we as a nation disobeyed …show more content…

George Washington did not want any outside forces influence the current nation as he feels that, they are setting us up for failure and how could we fix a problem that they gave to us. Why deal with someone else's problem when you could get a personal preference and if problems occur it is yours that you created and know how to fix it. George Washington was well aware of how politicians are open to political and economic problems which may cause them to give up their own principles. George Washington stood strong when problems came about and helped us on how to maintain a strong central power. His advice to his fellow delegates states: "If to please the people, we offer what we ourselves disapprove, how can we afterwards defend our work? Let us raise a standard to which the wise and honest can repair; the event is in the hand of God.”(1787) This states that George Washington suggest that he does not want the future nation to deal with other people's problems as it would be hard to overcome as you do not know the entirety of it. Our current nation has done a great job of resisting political pressures as it has not have a big influence on us. In summary, George Washington wanted the future nation to rests political pressures as it would not be good for our

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