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Hamilton, Alexander


Works of Alexander Hamilton (in 9 volumes)




G. P. Putnam's Sons




New York






Letter-Press Edition, #336 of 500 copies






This is the Letter-Press Edition, #336 of 500 copies, Quoted from "The Liberty Encyclopedia:"

"He was born in the West Indies, but at the age of 15 was sent to the mainland for his education, settling in New York City. He joined the army of Independence at the outbreak of the Revolution and served ably throughout the war as an officer and as the secretary of General Washington. Immediately after the war, Hamilton was one of the leaders in  promoting a constitutional convention. His proposals as to the form of government best suited to America were extremely aristocratic, not to say almost monarchical. He urged the election of a President for life, with an absolute veto on all legislation; the same arrangement was suggested for the governors of the states. The Senate, Hamilton said, should be chosen on the basis of propertty qualification and its members should retain their seats in that body for life."

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