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    Tronsaune Hamilton Case

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    13011 SE 309th PL in the City of Auburn, King Co, WA. Dispatch advised the reporting person, Marie Hamilton, stated Fred Tronsaune, an exchange student living in her residence, came home intoxicated and assaulted a roommate, Thanakrit Inkhaw, another exchange student. Hamilton stated Tronsaune had left the residence and stated he was going to 7/11 to buy cigarettes. Hamilton also mentioned Tronsaune said he was going to commit suicide by shooting himself, but she did not believe he had a gun. While driving to the above address I located Tronsaune walking eastbound in the 13100 block of SE 312th ST. I asked Tronsaune what had happened with his roommates, and he told…

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    As is today, unfortunatley a politiians general belief may conflict with what they "know" is the right thing to do in the situation. Take the Louisiana Purchase by Jefferson. We see earlier that unless the Constitution stated a power was specifically granted to the federal government, it would be transfered to the state. However, at this time, Jefferson as president, was altering treaties and ultimately buying land when he himself admitted it was unconstitutional in private. Jefferson believed…

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    When Alexander Hamilton, one of the founding fathers, is mentioned, he is immediately associated with his work as the first Secretary of the Treasury of the United States, his avid support of the Federalists, his aid in the creation of American currency and the national treasury, and his undoubted conviction to uphold his ideals. Within the realm of these topics, controversy abounds, without even considering the nature of his death: he was killed as the result of a duel with Aaron Burr in 1804…

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    political parties, it wasn’t long until they began to emerge. Filling the cabinet with tension, Alexander Hamilton, Secretary of Treasury, and Thomas Jefferson, Secretary of State, brought upon new challenges for American politics in the eighteenth century, when they brought two very incompatible visions of what they hoped America’s future would look like to the plate. Additionally, their political and economic differences greatly…

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    Hamilton-Burr Duel

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    of Alexander Hamilton and Aaron Burr, both leading serendipitously parallel lives yet still incredibly different people, and their influence on the creation of American politics. Hamilton, a foreign-born Federalist notable for his fiery writings, and Burr, the Republican man known then as “America’s First Gentleman”, were originally close acquaintances, or perhaps more seeing as the terms of their relationship are not entirely known. However, over the years, there was a darker turn on their…

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    Alexander Hamilton Essay

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    Alexander Hamilton attributes to The United States of America Hamilton works for the America can be forgot at times and seeing not as amazing as they truly are. He did amazing things for the beginning of America that are still be using today. Alexander's upbringing wasn't easy but it gave him the drive to exceeded as much as possible through his works as a political scientist, government official, journalist, military leader, economist, and lawyer. He affected the creation of America in…

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    Alexander Hamilton is one of the most influential founding fathers of the United States. There was no greater fan of the US Constitution than Alexander Hamilton. Although he was widely criticized for having “British tendencies” especially in regards to his financial plans for the US, he loved his country dearly and only wanted to see it grow and succeed on the world stage. He is one of two men to have their faces printed on a bill – the other being Benjamin Franklin. Alexander Hamilton was…

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    Lin-Manuel Miranda’s “Hamilton” derives its success in the musical industry not only for its entertainment, but also for accurately translating the history of Alexander Hamilton into a modern art that is relatable and cognizable for a new generation of learners. Though critics of the performance argue that too much focus is given to the personal elements of Hamilton’s life and tenure as a Founding Father, these elements are what make Hamilton a unique historical figure. If no attention was paid…

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    Burr And Hamilton Summary

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    In the first chapter in the book the author, Joseph J. Ellis, details the famous duel between, President, Alexander Hamilton and, Vice President, Aaron Burr, in a challenge of honor, taken place on July 11, 1804. This was known as the most famous duel in American history, which took place near Weehawken, New Jersey. The two exchanged bullets after a distance of ten paces and Hamilton was severely injured which lead to his death the next day. Ellis also discusses how the result in the duel…

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    Alexander Hamilton Summary

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    Alexander Hamilton - An overall summary of Alexander’s life and how he overcame many struggles throughout his life, leading up to his voyage to New York in search of education. Aaron Burr, Sir - As he is attending college, Alexander hears about a man named Aaron Burr, a scholar known for graduating early among his class. Alexander learns about Aaron Burr’s success and seeks an accelerated course of study, so he can graduate within 2 years rather than 4 and join the revolution. In 1776, after…

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