Why Lyndon LaRouche Defended Alexander Hamilton (and an invitation for a workshop)
Over the past few weeks, a Rising Tide Foundation workshop on the American System of Political Economy began with a selection of writings of Abraham Lincoln (On Discoveries and Inventions) and Henry C. Carey (On Money).
Last week, we began an exploration into the mind, work and historical effect of first US Treasury Secretary Alexander Hamilton.
Before plunging into a reading of Hamilton’s 1791-92 reports, we started with a 1987 essay written by the late American economist Lyndon LaRouche titled ‘In Defense of Alexander Hamilton’ which introduces the elementary concepts of economic science as both a branch of sociology, aesthetics and physical science.
The first workshop of LaRouche’s ‘In Defense of Treasury Secretary Alexander Hamilton’ can be watched in the link below. If you would like to join the next workshop, simply click on the zoom link below the recording (for paid subscribers)