Maxine N. Lurie (Self)Jonathan Mercantini (Self)John T. Shaw (Self)David Hunscher (George Washington)Shaheed K. Woods (Narrator)
Billy Tooma, Tony Calandrillo
After having been elected to two terms as the first President of the United States of America, George Washington opted to not seek a third. In the last year of his presidency, he enlisted Alexander Hamilton to help him draft a letter to the American people, explaining his decision against running for reelection and to also convey some parting words of advice to the citizens of the still-young republic. It was first published in David C. Claypoole's American Daily Advertiser on September 19, 1796, before being reprinted in newspapers across the nation.