Alexander Hamilton's Relationship Analysis

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Hamilton’s relationship with his father was abruptly terminated at an early age. The relationship had been good, in that Alexander listened to his father, and absorbed his philosophy. As did his mother, his father, James, taught his son some important lessons regarding the impermanence of personal relationships (Chernow). Despite James's ostensible closeness with his son, after his separation from Rachel, he initiated no contact with Alexander (Flexner). Even after Rachel's death, when there were no guardians for his sons, James was nowhere in evidence. He taught these lessons well to his son, and these teachings would influence Alexander's personal and professional life to the very end (Chernow).
After his father left, throughout his youth
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