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    individual that has influenced millions of people would be Alexander Hamilton. Alexander Hamilton is influential because he was one of Washington’s most trusted soldiers, his outlook on life inspired many people, and he created the first national bank. Alexander Hamilton is influential because he was one of Washington's most trusted soldiers. For example, an article called Alexander Hamilton Biography states, “He

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    duel with Vice President Aaron Burr. Alexander Hamilton's earlier career as a Continental Army officer is less well known. Yet Hamilton's first experience in public service is important, not only because it was the springboard to his later career, but because it also deeply influenced his values and thinking” (Hamilton). Alexander Hamilton was born as a British subject on the island of Nevis in the West Indies on the 11th of January 1755. His father, James Hamilton -- Scottish merchant of St. Christopher

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    Alexander Hamilton

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    Alexander Hamilton When producing something as important as the document outlining an entire nation’s culture, it is helpful to have inventive and innovative thinkers; however, it is necessary to have leaders with experience and knowledge. The United States needed a strong leader who stood for his beliefs and could execute them to their full potential. When Alexander Hamilton entered Independence Hall on May 14, 1787, that was exactly what he was willing to do for his country. He helped with

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    Alexander Hamilton was once heard saying this statement: “The voice of the people has been said to be the voice of God; and, however generally this maxim has been quoted and believed, it is not true to fact. The people are turbulent and changing, they seldom judge or determine right.” (“Alexander Hamilton Quotes.”) Alexander Hamilton was a man of numerous skills, with many of them contributing in the Revolutionary War. Alexander’s birth father was a Scottish trader named James Hamilton, and his

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    Consider Napoleon, Fox, and Hamilton the three greatest men of our epoch, and If I were force to decide between the three, I would give without hesitation the first place to Hamilton (Kaplan 284)”. Those are the words of prominent French diplomat Charles Maurice De Talleyrand after spending a year in the United States. Those words of respect came because of the actions and influences that Alexander Hamilton had on a young United States that still have an effect today. Hamilton helped shaped and interpret

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    politicians: Alexander Hamilton and Thomas Jefferson. During George Washington’s presidency, he pointed Hamilton, as the Secretary of the Treasury and Jefferson, as the Secretary of the States in his cabinet. Despite the worry of Washington of damaging the unity, Hamilton and Jefferson had so much objections in each other’s idea of a modelist government they desire to be. As a result, in the end of Washington’s presidency, they declared to separate into the Federalists, leaded by Hamilton and the Democratic

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    Alexander Hamilton never achieved the highest position in office, but he was a few of America's Founding Fathers. He first joined the army during the Revolution and became an aide for George Washington. Hamilton quickly moved up in society. Political parties began to form during the struggle over ratification of the Federal Constitution of 1787. The attention changed for the creation of a new Federal Government to the question of how powerful the Federal Government would be. Led by the Secretary

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    Americans are aware of the profound impact Alexander Hamilton had on our nation’s development with his creation of multiple, important institutions. Hamilton, a true Founding Father of our nation, is primarily accountable for the design and establishment of Federal institutions, especially for the financial system which helped form the states into a nation. These creations of his helped put this nation on its path toward an industrial economy. Hamilton wanted a manufacturing economy founded on

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    Alexander Hamilton was one of the seven founding fathers. An immigrant who made his way into our history books and started impacting our country since the late 1700s. In this essay I’ll be talking about his life, why he’s important and who he impacts today. Alexander Hamilton was born on January 11, 1757 in Charlestown, Nevis. When he was young his father abandoned his mother and him. His father was born of Scottish descent, and left them because of debt. This caused his mother and him to work harder

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    Who Is Alexander Hamilton

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    The Life of Alexander Hamilton During the 1800’s, there lived a very interesting man. Alexander Hamilton was a well educated man that really got involved in politics and had so many ideas. Hamilton grew up being a moneyless child, that made a new government and helped make America grow. Many did not like Hamilton but many did and he did not really seem to care if people liked him or not. Hamilton had an exotic childhood, striking views on politics, curious ideas for a new developed government, fascinating

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