Alexander Hamilton’s timeless ideas about public credit, banking, manufacturing, and a transport infrastructure give us economic independence.
Through Alexander Hamilton’s Development Plan, we see a timeless strategy for achieving economic independence from credit, debt, and growth.
Relevant today, the timeless ideas in Alexander Hamilton’s development plan are about sovereign debt, banking, and economic growth.
When independence is about political freedom, the U.S. needed Alexander Hamilton’s development program for the economic strength that made it truly free.
Yes, the United States declared independence from Great Britain on July 4, 1776 and won the American Revolutionary War. But still, we were not truly independent. George Washington’s Secretary of the Treasury Alexander Hamilton knew that true independence required a vibrant economy. He had…