Who is the man that inspired the hit Broadway play? Blaine Davies describes how Alexander Hamilton became arguably our most important Founding Father not to serve as President. He became George Washington’s most trusted adviser, built the foundation of our financial system and co-authored the Federalist Papers that helped convinced a young, skeptical nation to ratify the Constitution. From his humble, illegitimate birth on a small Caribbean Island to his tragic death in an infamous duel, we’ll explore his turbulent, remarkable life and the key role he played in shaping our nation.