Hamilton gets picked on
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Alexander Hamilton prided himself on always knowing what to do and always being able to think of a way out of any situation.
Yet, he could not, for the life of him, think of a way out of the dagger being placed at his neck.
Or, Hamilton is roused to take place as a piece in a British assassination attempt on Washington, he fights back, angst ensues.
- Part 1 of What We Can Never Understand
When George first sees this boy that his advisor has brought him he’s half tempted to laugh and dismiss him. This was the renowned Hamilton? The one who stole British canons? He's a child.
When Washington decides to take on Alexander Hamilton as his aide-de-camp he had no idea the resulting relationship, and tragedy, that that decision may bring; but he is General George Washington and Hamilton is Hamilton, and together they may be able to win this war.