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Rediscovering Alexander Hamilton (2010)

Alexander Hamilton, America's first treasury secretary, is on the ten dollar bill, and he was killed in a duel. Now see the rest of an amazing life in a remarkable film.

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Richard Brookhiser
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Himself - Journalist
Ron Chernow ...
Himself - Historian
Paul Clement ...
Himself - Former Solicitor General
Vern Crofoot ...
Himself - Weapons Historian
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Himself - Publisher of Hustler
John Steele Gordon ...
Himself - Economic Historian
Bernard Maisner ...
Himself - Handwriting Expert
Marilyn Milian ...
Herself - Judge of 'The People's Court'
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Himself - Owner of New York Post
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Himself - Former U.S. Treasury Secretary
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Himself - Congressman
Thomas M. Scalea ...
Himself - Physician-in-Chief: University of Maryland
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Himself - Associate Justice: U.S. Supreme Court
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Himself - Author
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Hosted by Richard Brookhiser, and produced and directed by Michael Pack, Rediscovering Alexander Hamilton tells the dramatic story of our least understood founding father. Following the style of the acclaimed Rediscovering George Washington (2002), Brookhiser walks the paths of Hamilton's life, from the Caribbean islands where he was born, to Yorktown and Wall Street where he fought and worked, to Harlem and Weehawken, where he lived and died. We hear a Treasury Secretary, a Supreme Court Justice, publishers, warriors, pornographers, lawyers, calypso singers and urban gang members talk about money, rights, news, battle, sex and honor-all the themes that shaped Hamilton's life, helped him make modern capitalist America, and led to his death in the most famous duel in American history. Written by Anonymous

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11 April 2011 (USA)  »

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