Top 15 Quotes Of Alexander Hamilton Book

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Perseverance in almost any plan is better than fickleness and fluctuation. 

Ron Chernow, Alexander Hamilton

If we must have an enemy at the head of government, let it be one whom we can oppose, and for whom we are not responsible.

Ron Chernow, Alexander Hamilton

The law is whatever is successfully argued and plausibly maintained.

Ron Chernow, Alexander Hamilton

In fact, no immigrant in American history has ever made a larger contribution than Alexander Hamilton.

Ron Chernow, Alexander Hamilton

After the death of John Laurens, Hamilton shut off some compartment of his emotions and never reopened it.

Ron Chernow, Alexander Hamilton

The American Revolution was to succeed because it was undertaken by skeptical men who knew that the same passions that toppled tyrannies could be applied to destructive ends.

Ron Chernow, Alexander Hamilton

We have left behind the rosy agrarian rhetoric and slaveholding reality of Jeffersonian democracy and reside in the bustling world of trade, industry, stock markets, and banks that Hamilton envisioned.

Ron Chernow, Alexander Hamilton

Many of these slaveholding populists were celebrated by posterity as tribunes of the common people.

Ron Chernow, Alexander Hamilton

If we must have an enemy at the head of government, let it be one whom we can oppose, and for whom we are not responsible.

Ron Chernow, Alexander Hamilton

Hamilton’s besetting fear was that American democracy would be spoiled by demagogues who would mouth populist shibboleths to conceal their despotism.

Ron Chernow, Alexander Hamilton

Prejudice and private interest will be antagonists too powerful for public spirit and public good.

Ron Chernow, Alexander Hamilton

As often is the case with addictions, the fanciful notion of a gradual discontinuance only provided a comforting pretext for more sustained indulgence.

Ron Chernow, Alexander Hamilton

As too much power leads to despotism, too little leads to anarchy, and both eventually to the ruin of the people.

Ron Chernow, Alexander Hamilton

The first great skeptic of American exceptionalism, he refused to believe that the country was exempt from the sober lessons of history.

Ron Chernow, Alexander Hamilton

Hamilton’s relatively short life robbed him not only of any chance for further accomplishment but of the opportunity to mold his historical image.

Ron Chernow, Alexander Hamilton

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