George Washington

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George Washington is a man that will never be forgotten in American history. Many Americans see his face just about everyday without even realizing it. His picture is on the One Dollar Bill and the Quarter. His name is just about everywhere, whether it’s schools, towns, counties, states or even the capitol. I think that he deserves this praise because he was a loyal man that helped form America. He was also very brave and intelligent and could stay under control in tough situations. Without him America wouldn’t be what it is today.

George Washington was very loyal. He was loyal to his friends, the American citizens, and even his wife. He was loyal to his friends because even though he was friends with both Jefferson and Hamilton, and no matter how different their thoughts or ideas may have been he never was biased or took sides. He also listened to what the American citizens had to say about certain issues and wasn’t quick to judge people. George Washington was loyal to his wife because when he became president he was even more famous than he was before and no matter how many women were after him he stayed loyal to Martha and didn’t cheat on her.

George Washington was also very brave and intelligent. He had fought in a war before he became President. He was also a good leader when he lead attempted to lead his army against the angry farmers in the Whiskey Rebellion. I believe that it was very brave for him to do this because many people were against him and rebelling and no matter what he still stood up for what he believed in and that the law was right.

I believe that one of the best traits about George Washington and something that many Americans admire him for is the way that he could think fast on his feet, and stay calm in tough situations. He was in many situations where he had to do this wether it was making a decision about the law, trying to settle one of Jefferson and Hamilton’s disagreements, or even making the decision to free his slaves. I...
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