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Using what you have learned about President George Washington, which of these government characteristics would George Washington support?
A. absolute power of the president
B. alliances with other nations
C. strong central government
D. powerful political parties

I think its C am i right

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  1. I would agree with you. BUT, not total sure. it's the closet one so...yeah

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  2. C is correct. Washington specifically spoke in opposition to the other three ideas.

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  3. he beat King George in a war and started a democracy
    he warned against alliances
    he warned against political parties

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  4. ye c makes more sense because he didnt seem to want absolute power, i never heard of him making alliances other nations/supporting it and i dont think he would care for powerful political parties. so ye ig

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