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Equally important was his participation in political organizations such as the Sons of Liberty. What happened that shifted the black vote away from the Republican party? Setting aside the fact that George Washington's accomplishments outside of the presidency warrant a holiday in their own right (like, say, his generalship in the Revolutionary War and his presiding over the Constitutional Convention), President Washington nevertheless ranks as the most important and significant Chief Executive in our nation's history.

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Publisher: Ulan Press (August 31, 2012)


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