Alexander Hamilton

Speech on the Compromises of the Constitution

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Alexander Hamilton is considered one of the most important contributors to our constitution, and for good reason. In this speech, he addresses the handling of the constitution, and more importantly those compromises. While he acknowledges that compromises might need to be made for long-term stability’s sake, he also underlies that America had been compliant up to that point. The end called to action the need for the government subsiding over the constitution to be fair and just.
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