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Indispensable Man Our first president George Washington was indispensable for a number of reasons In the book Washington The Indispensable Man James Thomas Flexnor points out many of the reasons he is indispensable such as the fact that he never quit he let his slaves go he wouldnt side with the British or the French and he didnt accept being president for the third term These points may not seem to show his indispensability but if Washington wasnt our first president who knows where we would be right now probably be speaking French or in tyranny Washington was criticized for a lot of things he did and he was also thanked for everything later When he would get criticized for something he wouldnt quit or give in to what they want because they criticized him During the Jay treaty Thomas Paine insults Washington in a peroration saying As to you sir treacherous in private friendship for so you have been to me and that in the day of danger and a hypocrite in public life the world will be puzzled to decide whether you are an apostate or an impostor whether you abandoned good principles or whether you had any pg354 Even when all odds are against him in criticism he wouldnt even be phased and stand his ground When Jefferson said he got into one of those passions when he cannot command himself ran on much on the personal abuse which had been bestowed on him defied any man on earth to produce one single act of his since he had been in the government which was not done on the purest motives pg295 Washington said he would rather be in his grave than be in his present situation That he had rather be on his farm than to be made emperor of the world and yet that they were charging him with wanting to be king pg295 The
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