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George Washington was the richest guy in America when he became president.
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>>12107289
Yeah it doesn't really matter. If there are 1 million people then the 1000 richest are just whoever is there.
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>>12107289
Why is Jeff Bezos not president?
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>>12107422
Why be a lackey when your already the boss?
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Here is an actual 19th century Japanese depiction of George Washington fighting a tiger
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>>12107289
He did not exist this is a figment of your imagination. Didn't happen.
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>>12107433
What does the Tiger represent?
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>>12107422
money printer owned by somebody else
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>>12107447
https://www.warhistoryonline.com/war-articles/japanese-george-washington-the-bare-handed-tiger-slayer.html
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>>12107289
> in 1770, Peter Manigault was the richest man, followed by Robert Morris in 1775, Then William Bingham a few years later, and good 'ol Ben Franklin in 1785. John Hancock, according to their reckoning, took over top spot only in 1790.

are you by any chance a pubic school "social studies" teacher?



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