Alexander Hamilton

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Co-author of the Federalist Papers. Alexander Hamilton's name is used as a curse word in the Confederacy, and all tyrants and authoritarians are referred to variously as Federalists or Hamiltonians. Fled to Prussia and was killed in a duel there in 28 A.L., his intellectual descendants carried on his legacy in the Confederacy.