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Alexander Hamilton


  • "Hamilton" as a Meditation on History and Memory

    by Bennett Parten

    In a moment in which Confederate monuments are finally coming down and we are re-thinking how we tell our history, Hamilton is a sign of hope. It’s a sign that while history is something we can never resign from, we can always enter the narrative and, like Eliza, construct a history of our own. 


  • The Paradox of Executive Underreach

    by Michael A. Genovese

    While the Constitution says more about limiting the overreach of the executive branch, functioning government must beware of an underreaching executive that abdicates responsibility. 



  • Hamilton And The Unsung Labors Of Wives

    by Jennifer Forestal and Menaka Philips

    Women, and particularly wives like Eliza Hamilton, have been essential to our political and intellectual histories; it’s long past time we tell their stories.



  • A Stolen Letter Written by Alexander Hamilton in 1780 Resurfaces

    The three-paragraph letter — now valued between $25,000 and $35,000, according to the Virginia auction house — warned Lafayette, the French general who commanded troops in several Revolutionary War battles, of pending danger from the British.