Here’s what we suggest in addition to reading Alexander Hamilton by Ron Chernow and listening to Hamilton the musical by Lin-Manuel Miranda. Listen to the podcast to hear us talk about some of these titles in more depth!
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Readers Advisory: Episode 38 – Hamilton
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