Washington's Last Days

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The hero who returned to Mount Vernon in March 1797 was not a very old man - he was only sixty-five - yet the evidence is clear he had left his mental prime behind him. Although his own mother was an exception, George Washington came from short-lived families; he believed he had worn himself out by the strains of his years in public service, and though he had been an athletic man, he had suffered ...

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erious illnesses. Here, in this essay by National Book Award winner John Thomas Flexner, is the dramatic story of Washington's last days.