Washington The Indispensable Man Analysis

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As a visionary leader, General Washington had developed an organization to achieve the goal of winning the war for independence. During those eight years of the American Revolution, General Washington spent countless time, thought and energy as being the organizer and administrator of the military forces than he did as a military strategist and tactician. According to “Washington The Indispensable Man” written by James Thomas Flexner states “When Washington became conscious of this British conclusion, it was to have a major effect on his strategy.” Similarly, “He agreed that it would be wise for him to take advantage of the Sabbath by slipping inconspicuously into the encampment.” Leading a whole army of 20,000 soldiers, Washington was definitely
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