Mr. Hamilton and Mr. Jefferson
by Donald Chidsey

An account of Alexander Hamilton's first two administrations (Washington's), John Adam's administration with its half war against France, and finally Jefferson's administration. It shows that Hamilton's influence was greater than Jefferson's, and it shows what war mongers, anglophiles, and plutocrats the high Federalists were.

Year Read: 1976


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