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What was the party affiliation of George Washington?
George Washington is currently the only president to have been elected without any official endorsement by a political party. Generally speaking, Washington's policies reflected a moderate Federalist agenda. He governed for 8 years in total.
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George Washington was not for either Political Party, although different parties did not exist back then, he did say that political parties would be the downfall of this natio…n.
Answer He wasn't the member of any particular party and didn't believe our system of government should be set up around parties.
He did not have one because he was the first president so non of the present-day ones were even in effect during his time.
There were no political parties during the first 40 years of the United States. George Washington was strongly opposed to political parties and prophetically warned of their e…vils in his Farewell Address of 1796. (Link below).
what party did george washington associate with?
George Washington, the 1st President of the United States, did notbelong to a political party. He served as President from 1789 to1797.
He was a deist as evident by his writings which argue for seperation of church and state, without any religious conviction. He was not especially religious and largely centere…d his moral code around the teachings of the golden rule, do unto others as you would have them do to you
Two major parties in 1789 were the Federalists and the Anti-Federalists. Washington was an Independent.
George Washington was a "Federalist"
Washington wasn't affiliated with any political party; he actually believed that the existence of political parties would tear the country apart.
divide the nation
he apparently wasn't in one..:)
George Washington thought that the political parties would tear the country apart. He said when he left office that political parties would be the downfall of this country
he actually wasn't in any party. parties were used after his term
He feared they would divide the nation.