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Economic Conference Asks “What Would (Alexander) Hamilton Do?”

“Hamiltonian economics” is based on protecting and promoting American industry and commerce through government intervention. Hamilton believed that a strong domestic economy was necessary for the success and security of the United States and was an advocate of tariffs, strong intellectual property protections, and national investments in infrastructure.

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