George Washington Outline

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I- George Washington ( Birth: February 22, 1732 at Westmoreland County, Virginia, Death: December 14, 1799 at Mount Vernon, Virginia)
II- Virginia
III- Washington at the ages of 7-15 attended school on a regular basis but nothing beyond grammar school.
IV-   First term – (1788-1792), Second term – (1792-1796)
V- In the elections of 1788, George Washington was unanimously elected by the presidential electors and for re elections also, framing a new government, building and expanding America opponents for office, for the second term the issue was establishing a national sovereignty and neutrality opponents for office

VI- Their opponents were former Secretary of State Thomas Jefferson of Virginia along with Senator Aaron Burr of New York on the Democratic-Republican party.

VII- Terms 1 & 2 , Vice President was John Adams

VIII- No political party

IX- George Washington becomes the first president (1789) He was unanimously elected by all of the presidential electors. John Adams became the Vice President. He receives 34/ 69 votes.
Judiciary Act (1789) The Judiciary Act had given the Court the power to compel executive officials to act in such matters as the delivery of the commissions and it was on the basis that Marbury had field his suit. But the Court ruled that Congress had exceeded its authority in creating that statute: that the Constitution had defined the powers of the judiciary, and that the legislature had no right to expand them. The relevant section of the 1789 act was therefore void. It was one of the first laws passed by the constitution. It organized the U.S. Supreme Court and established lower federal courts throughout the country.
Bill of Rights added to the Constitution (1791) The Bill of Rights is the first ten amendments to the Constitution. Nine of them placed limitations on Congress by forbidding it to infringe on certain basic right: freedom of religion, speech, and the press; immunity from arbitrary arrest; trail by jury; and...

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