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Analysis of Washington Farewell Address Introduction Washington Farwell Address is a message, written in 1796 by George Washington, President of the United State, to Americans. Most of scholars consider that letter as one of the most prominent expression of Washington’s political principles. The remarks, created in 1792, by James Madison served as the basis for the writing. The letter called citizens to the unity and advises the successors of President to develop the system of checks and balances in order to prevent the country from the unskilled politicians. The analysis of Washington Farewell address includes the concepts of unity and peaceful means of solving the problems as the most important prerequisites for the existence of a successful country, playing an important role in contemporary government. Besides, it emphasized on the role of Republican and Democratic parties in government and influence of its eternal struggle on the country. The analysis of main principles Washington’s Farewell Address was a letter that stressed unity, patriotism, independence, and the milestones the United States accomplished. “The unity of government which constitutes you One people is also now dear to you. For It is a main pillar in the edifice of your real independence, The support of your tranquility at home, your Peace abroad, of your safety, of your prosperity and liberty” (Washington 1796, p.6). He gave to people a few reminders such as not to split into political parties, not to be divided by geographical location. He clearly reminded Americans of the benefits of country’s unity and warned that they could only flourish; economically and politically, if they remain united. He also
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