Alexander Hamilton was the secretory of the treasury. Died on July 12, 1804, he was an American sales clerk. He was also an influential interpreter and he promoted values of the US constitution. He contributed a number of things in his life out of which some stand, even to this day.
He was a trusted member of the President Washington’s first cabinet. He strongly supported the central government and aided the government-backed bank of United States. He also funded the national debt and helped assume states depths. He also founded the Federalist Party that consisted of bankers and businesspersons.