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Hamilton as Self-Made Man

Despite Hamilton’s status as an illegitimate child with no background, Hamilton receives the hand of Eliza in marriage. Why?

Hamilton as A Self-Made Man

Why is college, and later Hamilton’s experience in war, so important to him – especially when it comes to his reputation and the idea of America? What do Hamilton’s efforts do for him?

Hamilon's Wartime Experiences

Hamilton’s frustration at Congress during the Revolution is clear. Why is Hamilton so angry with Congress? How does this affect Hamilton’s outlook on politics and the future? Why?

Hamilton's Wartime Experiences

How does Hamilton’s wartime experience help compel him to support a stronger central government, and to support the U.S. Constitution? Why is this so?

Hamilton as Self-Made Man

Honor and reputation are vastly important to Hamilton now that the Revolutionary War has ended. Why is this...

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