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Actually during his Presidency there were NO political parties. There were opposite views, but the parties hadn’t formed. He was against them and felt that instead of serving the people they would only be concerned for themselves.

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Q: What was a major reason for the rise of the Federalist and Democratic - Republican parties during George Washington's presidency?
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