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    It showed Alex's view on the early America. It flaunted his intellect and his skill in politics. He proved you didn't need to be born into a high ranking, or be an army hero to be well respected. He started as just another poor orphan, but he didn't let his low social ranking stop him. He was smarter and had quick reflexes for speeches and arguements. He molded America into the wealthy and well known country it is today. It showed that he hated being stuck at a desk with a fierce passion. He was small, but he was fierce, excitible, passionate, emotional, and moody. Before I this comes to be as long as Alexander Hamilton's essays I will end the review. I recommend this book and I recommend the songs. - Hamilton - Aaron Burr, sir - Guns and Ships - My shot - Non-stop - Story of tonight (reprise) - The Schuyler sisters - Helpless - Right hand man - Say no to this - Satisfied - Winter's ball - Wait for it - Dear Theodosia etc. I also recommend the animatics, especially Guns and Ships but it's hell|Joke animatic

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