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The Return of George Washington: 6 of 8: 1783-1789 Audible Audiobook – Unabridged. Edward Larson (Author), Mark Bramhall (Narrator), HarperAudio (Publisher)

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The Return of George Washington: 6 of 8: 1783-1789  Audible Audiobook – Unabridged.  Edward Larson ( (Author), Mark Bramhall ( (Narrator), HarperAudio ( (Publisher)
Pulitzer Prize-winning historian Edward J. Larson recovers a crucially important - yet almost always overlooked - chapter of George Washington's life, revealing how Washington saved the United States by coming out of retirement to lead the Constitutional Convention and serve as our first president. 
After leading the Continental Army to victory in the Revolutionary War, George Washington shocked the world: he retired. In December 1783, General Washington, the most powerful man in the country, stepped down as Commander in Chief and returned to private life at Mount Vernon. Yet as Washington contentedly grew his estate, the fledgling American experiment floundered. Under the Articles of Confederation, the weak central government was unable to raise revenue to pay its debts or reach a consensus on national policy. The states bickered and

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