The Hamilton Problem is a lecture on history, the culture wars, and how fictionalized versions of the figures of our past have real-world implications.
How did early-America’s favorite proto-Neo-Con wormed his way into the national consciousness, and cemented himself as a standard-bearer for Lefty defiance? What do we lose when our history is subverted, and who stands to gain?
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Bio: Greg McMurray is a Brooklyn-based writer and historian. With a Bachelor’s in History and a Master’s in Library Science, Greg’s work is grounded in scholarship, but his storytelling style is aimed at entertaining and expanding people’s understanding of their history through public performance.