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04.01 Making a President—411 File Part 1: Two-Column Note Chart Use the two-column note-taking chart as a tool to help you remember what you have learned. Include questions and answers, details about section headings, definitions ofglossary terms, elaboration on subtopics, etc. An example has been provided for you. Section Headings Terms Subtopics Details from Section Headings Definitions of Terms Elaboration of Subtopics "The Greatest Man in the World" George Washington, born 1732
first career: surveyor at age 17wanted adventure, joined Virginia army “He is the purest figure in history.” William Gladstone, British prime minister “He is polite; modest, wise, and good.” Abigail Adams, wife of President John Adams : Posterity will talk of Washington as the founder of a great empire.” Napoleon Bonaparte, emperor of France : “One of the greatest captains of the age.” Benjamin Franklin, American inventor, writer, and diplomat “He was incapable of fear, … His integrity was most pure, … He was, indeed, in every sense of

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