Alexander Hamilton: A Captivating Guide to an American Founding Father Who Wrote the Majority of The Federalist Papers (Hardcover)
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Alexander Hamilton, unlike many of the other Founding Fathers of the United States, was born outside of wedlock and was an orphan at the age of thirteen after his mother died. He was thrown into the world, depending on the charity of friends and neighbors.
That perhaps is one of the reasons why Alexander Hamilton was fiscally sensitive and always anxious about funding and finance, not only for himself but for the new nation of the United States, where he emigrated when he was in his late teens. It is no wonder then that he became the first Secretary of the Treasury of the United States and that he even saved banks from financial collapse.
Hamilton had a brilliant mind. Although the law was his calling, he was blessed with charisma that could persuade even the stoniest of hearts. As a prolific writer, he never shied from presenting his legal (and personal) opinions regarding the political issues of the day.
In Alexander Hamilton: A Captivating Guide to an American Founding Father Who Wrote the Majority of The Federalist Papers, you will discover topics such as
- From Nevis to Boston
- From Pen to Sword
- Onset of Hamilton's Political Career
- Economy and the First National Bank
- The Time the Troubles Start
- Empowerment of Political Parties
- The Bitterly Fought Elections
- Bottom of the Curve
- And much, much more
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