Alexander Hamilton: Portrait of a Prodigy

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Alexander Hamilton: Portrait of a Prodigy
Table of contents

Table of contents

  • Title Page 3
  • Contents 5
  • Illustrations 7
  • I - Christmas Party 11
  • II - Bastard Brat 16
  • III - Merchant Princeling 25
  • IV - Immigrant 34
  • V - Genesis of a Rebel 45
  • VI - Defeats 56
  • VII - Victories 64
  • VII - The Groveling Condition of a Clerk 71
  • IX - The General Loses His Temper 95
  • X - Family Man 105
  • XI - Genesis of a Reactionary 116
  • XII - Founding Father 129
  • XIII - The Federalist 139
  • XIV - Interlude in Wall Street 150
  • XV - Cash and Credit 166
  • XVI - The Ladies, God Bless 'Em 179
  • XVII - Gentlemen from Virginia 193
  • XVIII - Monocrats and Jacobins 206
  • XIX - Second in War, Second in Peace 220
  • XX - Elder Statesman 228
  • XXI Party Leader 239
  • XXII - General Without an Army 252
  • XXIII - The Filibuster 263
  • XXIV - Rearguard Action 273
  • XXV - The Squire of Harlem Heights 287
  • XXVI - The Duel 296
  • XXVII - Essay on Immortality 306
  • Bibliography 311
  • Index 315
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