Fundamental Questions about Founding Fathers?
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Was Alexander Hamilton really that much of a ba$tard? (no pun intended)
Was Jefferson a dandy?
Was Franklin really clueless about the spies under his own roof in France?
Personally, I also want to learn more about Hamilton to get a better understanding of his views on the size of government. People say he was pro federal government, but I think things are all relative. For Jefferson, you could also check out the Monitcello website which gives you a great deal of info on how he lived. I don't know that he was so much of a dandy as incredibly influenced by the French.
The guy I want to learn more about is Sam Adams. Unger prtrays him as a outright thug, not exactly what most people see him as today. (He looks so serene on the beer bottle label!)
Edited to add something on topic.
You might want to take a look at two men I call the forgotten founding fathers, Benjamin Rush and Thomas Paine.