The Political Writings of Alexander Hamilton: Volume 1, 1769-1789

Alexander Hamilton (Author) Carson Holloway (Editor)
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Price
$150.00
Publisher
Cambridge University Press
Publish Date
November 30, 2017
Pages
446
Dimensions
7.52 X 1.17 X 10.49 inches | 2.18 pounds
Language
English
Type
Hardcover
EAN/UPC
9781108422222

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About the Author

Alexander Hamilton (1757-1804) was a Founding Father, soldier, economist, political philosopher, one of America's first constitutional lawyers, and the first United States Secretary of the Treasury. After serving in the Revolutionary War, he was elected to the Continental Congress, ultimately resigning to establish the Bank of New York. Hamilton was a main contributor to the influential Federalist Papers, a collection of essays written by himself, John Jay, and James Madison. He was mortally wounded in a famous duel with presidential candidate Aaron Burr.

Carson Holloway is Professor of Political Science at The University of Nebraska at Omaha. His articles have appeared in The Review of Politics, Interpretation: A Journal of Political Philosophy, Perspectives on Political Science and First Things and Public Discourse. He is the author of Hamilton versus Jefferson in the Washington Administration: Completing the Founding or Betraying the Founding (Cambridge, 2015).
Bradford P. Wilson is Executive Director of the James Madison Program in American Ideals and Institutions, Lecturer in Politics, and Faculty Fellow of Butler College at Princeton University. He is the author/editor of four books on American political and constitutional thought. His writings have appeared in the Review of Metaphysics, American Political Science Review, and Academic Questions, and as chapters in edited volumes.

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'Alexander Hamilton contributed to the framing of the US Constitution, its financial system, and its first political party. ... [T]his set is a nice and well-organized collection ... [which] will prove to be of great interest to political junkies or those who, having seen the hit Broadway show, have become fans of Hamilton.' R. J. Powell, Choice