Presidents Project
Updated: 1/27/2020
Presidents Project
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  • George & Whiskey Rebellion
  • Thomas Jefferson & the Louisiana Purchase
  • James Madison & Battle of Tippecanoe
  • George Washington showed leadership during the whiskey rebellion because he proved that he could keep peace. In the passage it states that "The government would use force to maintain orders." This shows he wanted to prevent wars as the leader to protect his nation from wars.
  • George Washington staying Neutral
  • Thomas Jefferson showed leadership during the Louisiana Purchase. In the text it states, "After a few days of negotiation, the parties agreed on a price of $15 million." This demonstrates Jefferson's leadership as a leader because he wanted to have a strong nation.
  • Thomas Jefferson & Lewis Expeditipon
  • James Madison & War
  • George Washington showed leadership during the war because he sent John clay, chief of justice of the united states to discuss a solution with the British. In the text it states that "they started a treaty called Jay's treaty and because of the negotiation. This shows that George Washington was a good leader because he to make the right decisions.
  • Thomas Jefferson showed leadership during the expedition. In the passage it states that "Americans knew little about the land west of Mississippi" This explains that Jefferson wanted to make sure that the land he required was safe and had good locations for future forts and to make sure it was secure and safe enough.
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