The Basic Ideas of Alexander Hamilton edited by Richard B. Morris [1957 PAPERBACK] • Pocket Library
The Basic Ideas of Alexander Hamilton edited by Richard B. Morris
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"Let us not establish a tyranny."
The man who penned those words was not born in America, but he was one of our first great Americans. He was one of the great architects of the Union.
He was an administrative genius and a master of finance. He showed extraordinary courage both on the battlefield and in public life. His creative mind gave permanent shape to our Constitution, our business methods and our policy toward other nations.
He was Alexander Hamilton, and in this book he speaks for himself, presents his basic ideas in his own words. Herein are found the young patriot, the lover, the husband and father, the warrior and statesman . from the early days of the Revolution until the fatal duel with Aaron Burr.