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America’s first treasury secretary and Philosophy of MOBI #245 one of the three authors of the Federalist Papers Alexander Hamilton stands as one of the nation’s important early statesmen Michael P Federici places this Founding Father among the country’s original political philosophers as wellHamilton remains something of an enigma The Political PDF or Conservatives and liberals both claim him and in his writings one can find material to support the positions of either camp Taking a balanced and objective approach Federici sorts through the written a.
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The Political Philosophy of Alexander HamiltonEbates over the French Revolution capital expansion commercialism and other large issues of his time and his search for a balance between central authority and federalism in the embryonic American government This book challenges the view of Hamilton as a monarchist and shows him instead to be a strong advocate of American constitutionalismDevoted to the whole of Hamilton’s political writing this accessible and teachable analysis makes clear the enormous influence Hamilton had on the development of American political and economic institutions and policies.
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