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Alexander Hamilton was born in the Indies in 1755. He was the Aide-De-Camp (personal ) to George during the Revolution. He was a to the Constitutional Convention in from New York. As a proponent of a strong government, he was one of the of The Federalist Papers (essays that promoted the of the Constitution). Hamilton was the first Secretary of the under President George Washington, where he worked to pay off the country’s war through his financial plan which included the assumption of state debts and creation of a bank. He was the founder of the Party which is considered the first party. On July 11, 1804 he fought a with who was angry over Hamilton’s support of Jefferson in the presidential of 1800. Hamilton was by Burr and the next day.