Hamilton versus Jefferson: A Conversation with Carson Holloway on the Struggle to Complete the Founding

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This next edition of Liberty Law Talk is a conversation with Carson Holloway on his new book, Hamilton versus Jefferson in the Washington Administration.

Carson Holloway

Carson Holloway, a political scientist, serves as chair of the Council of Academic Advisors of the Heritage Foundation’s B. Kenneth Simon Center for Principles and Politics and is the author of Hamilton versus Jefferson in the Washington Administration.

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    Anything Holloway writes will be excellent. A very good point made here on the constitutional problem with the idea of bounties for manufactures being justified by the general welfare clause of the taxing power. Fair on the overall debate on the necessary and proper clause.

    Still, it’s no contest. They were both our Fathers, with all that implies, but TJ was wrong in 3/4 or more of his disagreements with Hamilton, and far more often and first in turn the contestant who employed vicious political methods and a spirit of demonization.

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