1898. The conservative Republican Representative and Senator from Massachusetts, who formed a close alliance with Theodore Roosevelt, writes the biography of the great statesman, Alexander Hamilton, best known for his fiscal policies settling the finances of the American Revolution, for his role as the principal author of The Federalist papers, and for his advocacy of a strong central government. Contents: Boyhood and Youth; The Revolution; Law and Politics; The Constitution; The Treasury and the Financial Policy; The Results of the Financial Policy; Party Contests; Foreign Relations and the Maintenance of the Authority of the Government; The Jay Treaty and the Adams Administration; and Professional Life-Duel and Death. See other titles by this author available from Kessinger Publishing.
Lodge was an American politican, Senate majority leader, and head of the foreign relations committee.