I took some political philosophy classes in college but didn't go much further than the Federalist Papers when it came to Hamilton, but after reading a lot of financial histories and the like I've continually been bumping into Hamilton and his extraordinary policies and thinking. As someone that always thought more along the lines of a libertarian, T. Jefferson fanboy, I now want to know everything there is about this Hamiltonian movement. It seems far more realistic than anything libertarian thinking has to offer.
So any consolidated platforms? Do you still want protective tariffs? What do you think of the Fed Reserve vs Hamilton's First Bank of the United States? Are you still supportive of a strong military? What are your thoughts on entitlements/securities? How about foreign involvement?