Quotes About Alexander Hamilton

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Lin-Manuel Miranda
“I imagine death so much it feels more like a memory”
Lin-Manuel Miranda

Joseph J. Ellis
“Jefferson appeared to his enemies as an American version of Candide; Hamilton as an American Machiavelli.”
Joseph J. Ellis, American Sphinx: The Character of Thomas Jefferson

“Had I realized while on Earth," he said, "that Hell was such a delightful place, I should have put more faith in the teachings of religion. As it was, I actually doubted its existence. A foolish error, cherie. I am pleased to say that you have converted me completely."

"I, too," observed Mr. Hamilton, helping himself to wine, "was something of an unbeliever in my time, and while never quite an atheist, like my arch-enemy Jefferson, I was still inclined to look upon Satan as merely a myth. Imagine my satisfaction to find him ruling a monarchy! You know I spent the greater part of my earthly existence fighting Mr. Jefferson and his absurd democratic ideas and now look at the damn country! Run by morons!”
Frederic Arnold Kummer, Jr., Ladies in Hades: A Story of Hell's Smart Set & Gentlemen in Hades: The Story of a Damned Debutante

Joseph J. Ellis
“But if insecurity was the primal source of Hamilton's incredibly energy, one would have to conclude that providence had conspired to produce at the most opportune moment perhaps the most creative liability in American history.”
Joseph J. Ellis, Founding Brothers: The Revolutionary Generation

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