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Today’s Constitution 225 post was written by Jim Zeender, senior registrar in Exhibits at the National Archives. Imagine George Washington’s first day on the job as President of the United States on April 30, 1789. What what his role? How was he to act? What were his duties and powers? Who should advise [...]
Posted by Hilary on September 13, 2012, under - Constitution.
Tags: Alexander Hamilton, committee on Style, Constitution, Constitution 225, constitutional convention, george washington, guest post, Mount Vernon, Presidents