Hamilton’s Curse | Tom DiLorenzo

Hamilton’s Curse
by Tom DiLorenzo

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Quick Review

Alexander Hamilton was one of the most recognizable figures to emerge from the American Revolution. But despite his prominence in America’s founding, Tom DiLorenzo makes the case that Hamilton was one of the great villains in American history. DiLorenzo shows how Hamilton betrayed the Revolution and undermined the decenetralist principles of the Constitution. Hamilton’s Curse is the story of how Hamilton and his political descendants worked to expand the power of the federal government, often against the will of the people.

Praise for Hamilton’s Curse

“DiLorenzo reminds us of Richard Weaver’s famous quotation that ‘ideas have consequences’ and proceeds to show the terrible consequences of Hamilton’s ideas.” – Art Carden, professor of economics, Samford University

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Topics

History // The American Revolution & the Early Republic