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What was George Washington's significance during the period of the Articles of Confederation?

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Washington did not hold an office during the period, but he remained perhaps the most important man in the new United States. He had been very disillusioned with the ability of Congress to supply his army during the war, but remained circumspect about the government in the immediate aftermath of independence. A number of politicians, including...

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