Berkley Discussion: Alexander Hamilton May 9

Berkley Discussion: Alexander Hamilton May 9

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Berkley, MI – Alexander Hamilton and Democracy in Revolutionary America

Tuesday, May 9 at 6:30 p.m.

Marc W. Kruman, Director of the Center for the Study of Citizenship and Professor of History at Wayne State University, will consider how the American Revolution opened up opportunities for men like Alexander Hamilton but also how his rise in status and power reflected resistance to the democracy that made his rise possible in the first place. In that sense, Hamilton embodied the often contradictory impulses of the American Revolution. To register, visit or call 248-658-3440.

The Berkley Public Library is located at 3155 Coolidge Highway in Berkley.  For additional information, call 248-658-3440 or visit  You can find us on Facebook at


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