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  • n. The economic policy attributed to Alexander Hamilton.


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  • And meanwhile, breasting the murky tide of professorial buncombe, of solemn pontificating, of Richard-Burtonism, Clayton-Hamiltonism and other such decaying forms of William-Winterism, he has rescued dramatic criticism among us from its exile with theology, embalming and obstetrics, and given it a place among what Nietzsche called the gay sciences, along with war, fiddle-playing and laparotomy.

    Prejudices : first series,

  • He had supported the bank, the tariff, implied powers, and Hamiltonism.

    Children of the Market Place


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