Lionized in print and on theater stages, Alexander Hamilton is a curious bookend for a new president who likewise calls Manhattan home, is steeped in capitalism, and uses the media to joust with his rivals. Elizabeth Cobbs, a Hoover Institution senior fellow and author of The Hamilton Affair: A Novel, separates fact from fiction regarding the famed Founding Father.

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  1. Hibernian Faithful Inactive
    Hibernian Faithful
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    In addition, to the books mentioned in this podcast, the Hamilton I, Hamilton II, and The Rise and Fall of Alexander Hamilton by Robert A Hendrickson

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  2. Hibernian Faithful Inactive
    Hibernian Faithful
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    The 1776 Musical is fantastic!

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  3. JuliaBlaschke Coolidge
    JuliaBlaschke
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    Loved this podcast and bought Ms. Cobb’s book. Gig ’em!

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