Important People in Alexander Hamilton, Revolutionary

Brockenbrough, Martha
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Alexander Hamilton

Alexander is the most important person in the book as it is his life being featured. The author calls him an honorable, yet complicated man the rest of the biography backs up this claim. Alexander’s beliefs were unshakable. He valued human life and decency over anything else. Yet, he was highly ambitious, and yearned to be in the spotlight, even though he was outstandingly good at behind the scenes logistical work. His dedication to honor was eventually what led to his death.

Alexander’s relationships were all quite complicated. He impressed nearly everyone he met, with the exception of Aaron Burr, Thomas Jefferson, and a few other political rivals. This included many influential men like George Washington and Elias Boudinot. Yet, he often gave up his own dreams for their success. For example, it took him many years to convince Washington to give him a...

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