Post Tagged with: "Alexander Hamilton"

The industrial complex Alexander Hamilton began in Paterson, NJ in 1791.

To End Slavery, You Need Industrial Progress

By Nancy Spannaus Oct. 9, 2021—All four classes in my series on Why American Slavery Persisted are now available on americansystemnow’s You Tube channel. In them, I present the evidence to support my thesis that the success of the abolition movement depended on the implementation of Alexander Hamilton’s principles of […]

by October 11, 2021 2 comments News, Slavery
Class Series Now on You Tube

Class Series Now on You Tube

By Nancy Spannaus Sept. 17, 2021—I am pleased to announce that the first class in my current series on Why American Slavery Persisted has now been posted on the You Tube channel of AmericanSystemNow (click here).  This is the first of four classes, which happily are being video-recorded by Shepherd […]

by September 17, 2021 0 comments News Shorts, Slavery
The image on a medallion created by Englishman Josiah Wedgwood in 1787.

Coming Classes on Why American Slavery Persisted

By Nancy Spannaus Aug. 27, 2021—Come September, I will be teaching two classes at local colleges on “Why American Slavery Persisted.” They will be offered, for a fee, at both the Institute for Learning in Retirement at Frederick Community College in Maryland, and the Lifelong Learning Program at Shepherd University […]

by August 28, 2021 3 comments News, Slavery, Uncategorized
Rand speaking on Hamilton's military history at the Museum of the American Revolution in Philadelphia.

A Remembrance of Hamilton Rand Scholet

By Nancy Spannaus Aug. 6, 2021—The most appropriate way to respond to the tragically early death of Rand Scholet, founder of the Alexander Hamilton Awareness Society (AHA Society), is to press on with his mission of educating people about Alexander Hamilton. In this short remembrance, I want to review how […]

by August 6, 2021 2 comments Commentary, News
ISI President John Burtka IV opens the conference on political economy. (Nancy Spannaus)

The Future of American Political Economy

By Nancy Spannaus July 26, 2021—More than 200 self-described conservatives, most of them of college student age, gathered at the Hilton Hotel in Old Town Alexandria, VA on July 23 to discuss “The Future of American Political Economy.” The two-day conference was sponsored by the Intercollegiate Studies Institute (ISI), a […]

by July 26, 2021 3 comments Economy, News
A Hamilton tribute at his graveside ceremony in 2018.

The Tragedy of Alexander Hamilton’s Death

By Nancy Spannaus July 11, 2021—For the second year in a row, ceremonies at the gravesite of Alexander Hamilton at Trinity Church in Lower Manhattan have had to be cancelled due to pandemic precautions. But that should not stop us from commemorating the life of this great man, and acknowledging […]

by July 11, 2021 0 comments Commentary, History
A partial photo of the book cover

“President Hamilton” Tackles Slavery

President Hamilton, A Novel of Alternative History by Lewis Ben Smith Electio Publications, Little Elm, Texas, 653 pp, paperback $24.99, Kindle $8.99 A review by Nancy Spannaus, author of Hamilton Versus Wall Street: The Core Principles of the American System of Economics July 4, 2021—What if Alexander Hamilton had survived […]

by July 4, 2021 0 comments Review, Slavery
The devastation from the 1837 crash.

Lincoln’s Campaign for a National Bank

By Nancy Spannaus June 25, 2021—As the Whig Party geared up for the presidential elections of 1840, the United States was mired in a deep depression. While that depression had been brought on by the Jackson Administration’s dismantling of the Second Bank of the United States, there was not broad […]

by June 25, 2021 0 comments History, Infrastructure Bank
Alexander Hamilton: Our “Pragmatic Visionary”

Alexander Hamilton: Our “Pragmatic Visionary”

New Video Documentary Completes the Story By Nancy Spannaus May 2, 2021—The second part[1] of Hamilton advocate Marianne Als’s video documentary on the life of Alexander Hamilton (The “HamilStory”) is now available. Entitled “The Pragmatic Visionary: Foundations for the New Nation,” the hour-long video provides an in-depth picture of the […]

by May 2, 2021 2 comments Alexander Hamilton, News
A screenshot from Als' video documentary

Speaking Up for Alexander Hamilton

By Nancy Spannaus March 22, 2021—Over the last two days, two prominent advocates for Alexander Hamilton have come forward to defend Hamilton’s legacy as a visionary statesman, including against the charges that he was an “enslaver.”  These important initiatives came from Douglas Hamilton, Hamilton’s fifth-great-grandson, who directly took on the […]

by March 22, 2021 0 comments Alexander Hamilton, News