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However, most of the analysts of American history attest to the fact that, the probability of the war being unsuccessful was extremely high. An analysis of Carbone’s work contradicts this argument by indicting that, George Washington left an undying mark in the history of America. In this work, it is justified to argue that George Washington skillfully handled his political term, ultimately leaving a mark that would later be a permanent stamp on the American history through a portray of unpredictable results of an unplanned war against Britain. In response, Carbone is quoted to argue that, it is not the success of the war that is unanticipated2, but, the fact that, Washington came out intrepid with a, not rushed approach, but a short term skillful plan. In this context, therefore, Washington is credited for his skillful and greatness attributes.
The work of Carbone has indeed brought out the issue of armies and their tactics. He argues that, for any form of the army to be successful, it is impossible to alienate the issue of skillfulness and expertise3. All forms of generalship must entails aspects of organization, temperance, charisma and the will to act as a team. In as much; Washington may have lost several battles; the major issue is that, he los all these battles fighting fit. In this context, therefore, it is justified to argue that, Carbone’s work is in line with the work’s title by an argument that Washington is indeed, the founding father of militarism in U.S.A. Carbone, clearly brings out the picture of Washington’s vigor and wittiness in planning on short term battle before embarking on it.
On another angle, according to Carbone, success in the battle field can be related to the ability not win a particular battle but the ability to be strong willed and have the required character to handle all the
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