The young Alexander Hamilton arrived in the Boston Harbor in 1773 , plagued by and overcame several challenges in his youth to become the man he was when he arrived. Alexander was born on January ...
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...s term as the Treasury Secretary in 1795, Jefferson and those who supported his ideals called Jeffersonians sought out to destroy what Hamilton and spent years creating. With the charter for the BUS not being renewed in 1811 they began down the road of destruction, however the War of 1812 almost had disastrous consequences due to the United States not being able to borrow in their time of need, spurring their need to create a second national bank. Since the first dismantlement of the national bank, bank failures and financial panics became a normal occurrence and continued on throughout the rest of our history. With Jefferson’s crusade to tear down what Hamilton created and the abrupt end to Hamilton’s life from the well-known duel with Aaron Burr on July 12th, 1804 everything that Hamilton strived for and worked for is forgotten in the grand scheme of our history.
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