Alexander Hamilton

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==Love Life==
 
==Love Life==
While studying at Kingston Community College, Hamilton fell in love with local noblewoman [[Queen Latifah]], who had been abandoned by King Latifah. The two eloped and married in 1774 despite the fact that Queen Latifah's marriage to her King had never been officially annulled, thus making her marriage to Hamilton bigamous. This fact later on emboldened Hamilton to engage in extramarital affairs based on the theory that he was not really married, so there was no adultery being committed. At one point, he challenged Queen Latifah to a duel, but she declined. This did not prevent the international community from condemning his actions. A year later in 1775 he mysteriously disappeared for nine months in a trip to Paris and reappeared in Colorado, claiming to be captured by the spell of a beautiful wiccan disguised as a prostitute. He spoke no more of this mysterious incident for the rest of his short lived life.
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While studying at Kingston Community College, Hamilton fell in love with local noblewoman [[Queen Latifah]], who had been abandoned by King Latifah. The two eloped and married in 1774 despite the fact that Queen Latifah's marriage to her King had never been officially annulled, thus making her marriage to Hamilton bigamous. This fact later on emboldened Hamilton to engage in extramarital affairs based on the theory that he was not really married, so there was no adultery being committed. At one point, he challenged Queen Latifah to a duel, but she declined. This did not prevent the international community from condemning his actions.
   
 
==During and After the [[War of Colonial Aggression]]==
 
==During and After the [[War of Colonial Aggression]]==

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