|Introduction: George Washington and the Origins of the American Presidency ||vii|
|Mark J. Rozell|
|I.Washington’s Leadership and Legacy||1|
|1. George Washington: Reluctant Occupant, Uncertain Model for the Presidency ||3|
|Byron W. Daynes|
|2. George Washington: The First Modern President? A Reply to Nichols ||37|
|Thomas Engeman and Raymond Tatalovich|
|3. Family Imagery and Revolutionary Spirit: Washington’s Creative Leadership ||77|
|Elizabeth W. Marvick|
|II.Presidential Powers and the Washington Administration||93|
|4. Washington, Hamilton, and the Establishment of the Dignified and Efficient Presidency ||95|
|Malcolm L. Cross|
|5. The Power of Making Treaties: Washington, Madison, and the Debate over the Jay Treaty ||117|
|John W. Kuehl|
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Book title: George Washington and the Origins of the American Presidency.
Contributors: Mark J. Rozell - Author, William D. Pederson - Author, Frank J. Williams - Author.
Place of publication: Westport, CT.
Publication year: 2000.
Page number: v.
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