Alexander Hamilton

Alexander Hamilton: Selected full-text books and articles

Alexander Hamilton: Portrait in Paradox By John C. Miller Harper and Brothers, 1959
Alexander Hamilton: the Revolutionary Years By Broadus Mitchell; North Callahan Thomas Y. Crowell, 1970
The Federalist Papers By Alexander Hamilton; James Madison; John Jay New American Library, 1961
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Selected Writings and Speeches of Alexander Hamilton By Alexander Hamilton; Morton J. Frisch American Enterprises Institute for Public Policy Research, 1985
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Burr, Hamilton, and Jefferson: A Study in Character By Roger G. Kennedy Oxford University Press, 2000
Hamilton's Legacy By Lind, Michael The Wilson Quarterly, Vol. 18, No. 3, Summer 1994
Alexander Hamilton and Thomas Jefferson: Representative Selections By Thomas Jefferson; Alexander Hamilton; Frederick C. Prescott American Book Company, 1934
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