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Principle over Party: We Were Warned About “Factions”

By: Michael Boldin “I would quarrel with both parties, and with every individual of each,” John Adams wrote in 1763, “before I would subjugate my understanding, or prostitute my tongue ...

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George Washington’s Farewell: Cultivate Peace, Cherish Public Credit

September 27, 2019 George Washington 0

By: Michael Boldin In his Farewell Address, George Washington said we should “cultivate peace” to avoid the dangers of massive national debt

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The Towering Statesmanship of George Washington

July 31, 2019 Presidency 0

by Matthew J. Franck George Washington resigned his commission as the commander in chief of the Continental Army in a public appearance before the Confederation Congress (then sitting in Annapolis) ...

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