George Washington Wasn’t Our First President

By Vance Beaudreau. Contrary to the thinking of the public today, the United States of America was not formed in 1789 with the adoption of the Constitution after the ratification process had been successful.

George-Washington

Yet this is what we have been taught or led to believe. Along with that teaching we were taught of the greatness of George Washington, who was alleged to us to be the first president and the Father of our country. [Read the entire article as PDF…]


Taken from
The Barnes Review, November/December 2004: George Washington Wasn’t Our First President
VOLUME X, NUMBER 6


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