The way Washington handled problems the country faced created an example for other presidents for how future presidents should handle similar situations.
The Democratic-Republicans were represented by Jefferson. Jefferson believed that creating a national bank would be an abuse of power by the federal government.
Adams was a 61 year-old Harvard-educated lawyer who had been an early leader in the struggle for independence. Short, bald, overweight, and he was known as "His Rotundity." Adams was the first president to live in the white house. Adams also sent a negotiating team to France to settle the dispute.
James Madison wrote the first drafts of the U.S. Constitution, co-wrote the Federalist Papers and sponsored the Bill of Rights. He established the Democrat-Republican Party with President Thomas Jefferson, and became president himself in 1808. President James Madison’s State Department reported that 6,257 Americans were pressed into service from 1807 through 1812. New England leaders,especially those with ties to the shipping industries doubted the sovereignty of the problem.
All of these presidents have impacted our country today. Without them who knows where our country would be. It's important to learn about previous presidents throughout History.