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Alexander Hamilton by Ron Chernow

Alexander Hamilton by Ron ChernowAlexander Hamilton, the illegitimate son and an orphan, grew up far from civilization on an island in the Caribbean sea. From childhood he showed himself a very smart boy with a talent for writing long texts. Local officials quickly realized that in their hands a real nugget, and sent the nerd to College. Because of this, Hamilton managed to take part in the war for independence, helped in the formation of the Constitution and became the first Finance Minister of the new country.

Remains history. Just a great story. About worst friends and true enemies Alexander Hamilton and Aaron Burr. About the birth of a new young country, decided that enough to endure oppression by a foreign crown. It’s about love. About fathers and children. About betrayal and conspiracies. As it turned out, the lives of Hamilton missed just.

Alexander Hamilton was one of the most prominent political figures during the formation of the United States, whose theoretical views and practical activities had a decisive impact on the creation of the US Constitution in 1787 during the immediate preparation of the Constitution, and especially after its adoption, the country erupted acute political struggle between Federalists and antifederalists. The basis of the split of these political groups was the attitude towards the Constitution of a Federal form of government of the United States.

Political positions of Hamilton was defined in the period preceding the revolutionary war, when he advocated the peaceful settlement of the conflict, a compromise with England. His theoretical views are quite coincided with this position. They were formed under the influence of Montesquieu’s theory of separation of powers and the idealization of the Constitution of the English monarchy. This device Hamilton considered it necessary to put the basis of the U.S. Constitution.

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