The Most Disputable Founding Father: Alexander Hamilton

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Alexander Hamilton (2004), written by Ron Chernow delineates America's most disputable Founding Father. The book gives a wide perspective on early America, with top to bottom accentuation on Hamilton's whole life, achievements and his relationship to certain Founders. Prior to reading this book, I considered Hamilton to be an amazing yet oppressive man who was much of the time involved in conflicts with other Founders. I recall that he advocated a stronger central government, protectionism, mercantilism, and a national bank. Additionally, I knew that he composed parts of the Constitution and wrote the vast majority of The Federalist Papers. I knew that he famously feuded with Aaron Burr, who killed him in a duel in 1804. What I didn't know
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