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For some, progress means abandoning the Courts

We often hear about the great progress being made in the Essian Commonwealth, but there is a hidden demon in our ranks that has hurt the Courts, activity, and the County of Beiwing. 602 more words


Alexander Hamilton

Kids Can Make a Difference! When it comes to history, even kids, teens, and young adults can play an important role.  Check out this famous American to learn more hero. 127 more words

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Alexander Hamilton: Paragon or Devil

The final paper for my current grad class required an expansion, via literature review and inclusion of additional primary sources, of a previous paper. My expanded… 9 more words


Federalists Vs. Antifederalists

It is very interesting to learn abut this division between Federalists and Antifederalists. It seemed like most picked sides to their convenience, expect those who stay neutral. 272 more words

Alexander Hamilton and "Vigorous" Government

The examples studied exhibit a portion of what Alexander Hamilton meant when he wrote and spoke about “vigorous” government. He did not appeal to a ubiquitous national government with tentacles in all aspects of life that invalidated state sovereignty. 102 more words


Party Autopsy: The Federalists

The Federalist Party of the United States of America was America’s first political party to rise and also the first to fall. From its ranks came many of America’s first leaders like the first vice-president and second president, John Adams, the first Secretary of the Treasury, Alexander Hamilton, and the first Chief Justice of the Supreme Court, John Jay. 1,219 more words


Alexander Hamilton & James Madison

Often neglected amidst this pugilism between American titans is a corollary conflict between Alexander Hamilton and a third titan of American history, though oft overlooked – James Madison. 93 more words