AHG 630 1A: American Statesmen - Hamilton & Jefferson

Ashland University, Ashland, Ohio

This course examines the political actions and thought of Alexander Hamilton and Thomas Jefferson, arguably the two most important founders of the American republic. In their lifetimes, Hamilton and Jefferson understood themselves to have opposed understandings of what was good for America. We will explore this opposition and what it meant and means for the American Republic by studying what Hamilton and Jefferson had to say and what they did about the great issues of their day.



Stephen F. Knott (United States Naval War College) and David Tucker (Ashbrook Center at Ashland University)


Course Materials:

Syllabus and course readings can be found on Blackboard 



  • Audit (25 in-service hours): $578
  • Graduate credit (2 semester hours): $1,156


Room & Board:

  • Double-occupancy air-conditioned room and all meals: $475

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June 23, 2019 -
June 28, 2019
12:00 AM
11:59 PM
Ashland University
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