Stephen Knott’s review of Alexander Hamilton: The Formative Years

I am honored to share with you a review of Alexander Hamilton: The Formative Years written by Stephen F. Knott.

“Michael E. Newton’s Alexander Hamilton: The Formative Years offers the most detailed examination of Hamilton’s early life that I have ever read. Every question and controversy related to this remarkable founding father is presented in a painstakingly thorough and evenhanded manner. I’m somewhat in awe of the task Michael E. Newton has undertaken—he has certainly done his due diligence regarding Alexander Hamilton. This is an invaluable resource, a must have, for serious scholars and students who are interested in the life of Alexander Hamilton.”

~ Stephen F. Knott is a Professor of National Security Affairs at the United States Naval War College. He is the author of Alexander Hamilton and the Persistence of Myth, a book I highly recommend, and a number of other works. He is also the co-author of Washington and Hamilton: The Alliance That Forged America, which will be published in September 2015.

Alexander Hamilton: The Formative Years is scheduled for publication in June 2015. Please support the publication of this important work by pre-ordering your copy today.

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