Alexander Hamilton, Questions And Answers

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Alexander Hamilton was a lawyer, soldier, statesmen and the first Secretary of the Treasury. He was born on January 11th, 1755. Alexander Hamilton was the product of an adulteress affair and was abounded by his father, leaving him to no privilege. In 1773, he came to the colonies so that he could enroll in Kings College (Columbia University) because he wanted to become involved in the political strife. He published his first writing piece, which he signed as a Friend of America. In 1775, he left college to join the fight as a lieutenant and while he was at war he married Elizabeth Schuyler, the daughter of the rich and powerful Philip Schuyler. He worked as a lawyer in New York after the American revolution, then joined the continental congress and in 1787. He was the New York delegate to the Constitutional Convention in Philadelphia. He fought to replace the flawed Articles of Confederation with the Constitution that guaranteed a strong central …show more content…
Who was the leader of the Continental Army? A. George Washington B. No Answer C. George Washington
Q.2.What was our country’s first constitution called? A. No Answer B. No Answer C. The Articles of Confederation
Q.3.According to the Constitution, if you commit a felony in one state but detained in a different state, where are you trailed? A. Where you committed the crime. B. The state in which it was committed C. The state in which the crime was committed.
Q.4.Can the United States President’s pay be increased or decreased based on his services during the period at which he was elected? A. No B. No C. No
Q.5.What are the qualifications required to become the United States President? A. No answer B. Natural Born Citizen, 35 years of age and has to have lived in the U.S. for 14 consecutive years right before he runs for the president. C. Has to be 35 years of age, Natural Born Citizen, and lived in the U.S. for 14 years.
Q.6.What is the first line of the Constitution called, and what does it

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