Washington, the Indispensable Man - Study Guide The Social Man, Infighting Foreshadowed, The Great Schism Opens and Europeans and Indians Summary & Analysis

James Thomas Flexner
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Washington's social life as President is much more formalized and restricted than his gregarious nature would like, but he settles into the rhythm of scheduled events. Of all the events, Washington prefers Martha's tea parties, where he can interact with the notable ladies of the city. All the dinners and parties hosted by the Washington's are met with approval, and people covet invitations. During this time, Washington is able to travel to some of the areas of the country he had not seen during the war and delights in the differences in the geography and the people he encounters.

In 1790, with the onset of the second session of Congress, seeds are sown for a long term rivalry between Alexander Hamilton, Secretary...

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