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Washington, the Indispensable Man Chapter Summary & Analysis - A Powerful Apprenticeship, A Clumsy Entrance on the World Stage and Love and Massacre Summary

James Thomas Flexner
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A Powerful Apprenticeship, A Clumsy Entrance on the World Stage and Love and Massacre Summary and Analysis

Washington, the Indispensable Man by James Thomas Flexner is a nonfiction account of George Washington's life from his birth in 1732 until his death in 1799. Born of British lineage, Washington adopts the principles of American independence and becomes the leader of the Revolutionary Army and ultimately the first President of the United States. While most of the expected events and information are present, the book also sheds light on some of Washington's personal habits, loves, and feelings to provide a fuller picture of Washington the man and not just Washington the icon.

Contrary to popular belief, George Washington is not born to English nobility, nor does he live a privileged life in America in his youth. In fact, Washington's most...

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