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    A tough read

    I have one word for the author. EDITOR. It’s apparent that the author has immense admiration for Hamilton and he makes a good argument for a broader national esteem for the man. But, the author manages to take the most formative and exciting periods in American history and drain all the excitement out of it by constant repetitious references to Hamilton’s harsh childhood in the Caribbean, his skill as a “lady killer”. He abandons a discussion of H’s opinion that an attack on Howe’s beach head on the Chesapeake would surely result in saving Philadelphia and drops us into the route on the Brandywine Creek and the loss of Philadelphia. This book looks like he took his class note, threw them in a box with a bibliography and a few photos and sent them off to the printer. This book would benefit greatly from the application of some of the thoroughness and attention to detail that the author so admires in Hamilton.

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