Washington, the Indispensable Man - Study Guide The Constitution of the United States, Hysteria and Responsibility and A Second Constitutional Convention Summary & Analysis

James Thomas Flexner
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Washington's health is immediately restored when he reaches Philadelphia in May of 1787 to begin work at the Constitutional Convention. Washington and the other fifty-four delegates follow models developed by English and French political theorists and determine that the new government should have an executive and a judiciary branch to act as a method of checks and balances upon the other. One of the major challenges is determining systems that will be unanimously accepted by all thirteen states, and Washington inserts himself in business and social settings in order to diplomatically win the necessary support. It will be ten more months before ratification is achieved, but Washington revels in the process of achieving victory by enlightened reason and civility.

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