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Re: In his 1796 Farewell Address, George Washington strongly suggested the [#permalink]
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The United States is indeed singular, but here the case is special - 'subjunctive mood'.
In subjunctive mood, the construction is this way, bossy verb (suggest, mandate etc) + that + noun + bare infinitive form of the verb.
The bare infinitive form of the verb is usually in plural form. Hence 'have' is the right here instead of 'has'.
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