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The men who surrounded Washington during his two terms as president included powerful minds like Jefferson, Hamilton, and Madison, and soldiers such as Henry Knox, Lafayette, and the traitor Benedict Arnold.
In the middle was Washington, weary of politics and longing to retire. He worried that people thought he was not smart enough to understand Hamilton's financial ideas, and he named his greyhound Cornwallis.
Washington emerges as a very human leader. Fabulous history!
Washington's Circle: The Creation of the President by David S. Heidler, Jeanne T. Heidler (Random House) Recommended by Helen at Quail Ridge Books Raleigh NC