Alexander Hamilton's public administration / Richard T. Green.
- Tuscaloosa : The University of Alabama Press, 
x, 258 pages ; 24 cm
- Hamilton, Alexander, 1757-1804 -- Political and social views.
Hamilton, Alexander, 1757-1804.
Political science -- United States -- History.
Republicanism -- United States -- History.
Public administration -- United States -- Philosophy.
United States -- Politics and government -- 1775-1783.
United States -- Politics and government -- 1783-1809.
Political and social views.
Politics and government.
Public administration -- Philosophy.
- "Hamilton's Public Administration deals with Hamilton as both a founder of the American republic, steeped in the currents of political philosophy and science of his day, and as its chief administrative theorist and craftsman, deeply involved in establishing the early institutions and policies that would bring his interpretation of the written Constitution to life. Accordingly, this book addresses (1) the complex mix of classical and modern ideas which informed his vision of a modern commercial and administrative republic, (2) the administrative ideas, institutions and practices which flowed from that vision, and (3) the substantive policies he deemed essential to its realization. The analysis flows from immersion in his extant papers (reports, letters, pamphlets, and essays running to thirty-one volumes in total) and many thematic and biographical works on his life. It aims to provide a comprehensive explanation of his theoretical contributions, and a richly detailed account of his ideas and practices in historical context"-- Provided by publisher.
- Hamilton's Constitutional republic
The energetic executive in Constitutional context
Public finance and political economy: building confidence and public trust
Military and foreign affairs for the republic
The Hamiltonian legacy.
- Includes bibliographical references (pages 239-248) and index.
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