"I think the first duty of society is justice." - Alexander Hamilton. He fought at Washington's side in the Revolution, helped ensure the ratification of the Constitution, and saved the fledgling United States from financial ruin. He died in a tragic duel with his political rival, Aaron Burr. In Alexander Hamilton historian Charles A. Conant sheds light on the most fascinating and quixotic Founding Father.
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