THE CABINET: George Washington and the Creation of an American Institution
Faced with diplomatic crises, domestic insurrections, and constitutional challenges Washington, in 1791, decided he needed a group of advisers he could turn to. He modeled his new cabinet on the councils of war he had led as commander of the Continental Army. The author reveals the far-reaching consequences of Washington's choice. Illus.
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