Alexander Hamilton's Revolution: His Vital Role as Washington's Chief of Staff


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Skyhorse Publishing
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6.4 X 1.4 X 9.1 inches | 1.35 pounds
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About the Author

Phillip Thomas Tucker, PhD, is the author of the acclaimed Skyhorse books George Washington's Surprise Attack, How the Irish Won the American Revolution, Pickett's Charge, and Death at the Little Bighorn. After earning his PhD in 1990, he took a position as civilian historian with the Department of Defense. The author resides near Washington, D.C., in Upper Marlboro, Maryland.


Praise for Philip Thomas Tucker:
"Alexander Hamilton's Revolution is more than the story of Colonel Hamilton's wartime feats and his multifaceted role as an aide to General George Washington. Philip Thomas Tucker explores the fascinating story of Hamilton's relationship with Washington, unraveling what each thought of the other, what each meant to the other, and how each used the other. This is an illuminating book, written with verve and intensity, and it will be welcomed by all those interested in the Revolutionary War and those two beguiling men, Alexander Hamilton and George Washington."
--John Ferling, author of Whirlwind: The American Revolution and the War That Won It (2015)
"Tucker is fresh and bold in his analysis and use of sources."
--William C. Davis, author, Crucible of Command: Ulysses S. Grant and Robert E. Lee--The War They Fought, The Peace They Forged
"A thought-provoking and eye-opening study of [a] pivotal moment in American history."
--Louis P. Masur, Rutgers University professor of history
"Tucker's account brims with colorful information . . . that vivifies [a] pivotal episode in American history."
--Kirkus Reviews