Alexander Hamilton Influence

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Alexander Hamilton
Alexander Hamilton was a political scientist ,government official, economist, and lawyer, from 1755-1804. Alexander Hamilton once said, “May God give you wisdom to see what is your true interest, and inspire you with becoming zeal for the cause of virtue and mankind.”(Alexander Hamilton) Alexander Hamilton was a strong-willed individual, because he overcame so many instances of adversity. Alexander Hamilton was born into a poor family that did not have many chances, but he did become a well-educated man, that played a large role in what the United States of America is today and he was able to overcome his poor childhood. Hamilton participated in the Revolutionary War, the writing of the U.S. Constitution, electing the first president, solving an America debt crisis, and a numerous amount of other things that shaped the future of a young nation. Alexander Hamilton 's story is inspiring to American 's today, and because of Hamilton’s experiences with being a military aid, it was a benefit to him later in his life, and America, he played a significant role in amending the Articles of Confederation, and he also was the most influential Secretary of Treasury. Hamilton was the most influential Secretary of Treasury because, he helped in the founding of the
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Specifically, the founding fathers disliked Alexander Hamilton, and they were jealous of his work ethic. Alexander Hamilton was very ambitious and he was able to run the government and economy, because he had a passion for helping others. Hamilton disliked many crowd-pleasing activities, because he was a leader not a follower and often time’s people around him could not understand how he could be so different from them, and still be successful. Alexander Hamilton came from literally nothing, growing up, and he was able to make his past life a success for his future and the people in the world were able to benefit from
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