For example, on Friday January 27 the topic of discussion is “Local and National Politics.” Students will read Alexander Hamilton’s “Report on Public Credit” and a chapter in Brian Murphy’s Building the Empire State: Political Economy in the Early Republic. The “Hamilton” lyric for the day is “If we’re aggressive and competitive.”
On Friday April 7 the topic of discussion is “Religion in America.” Students will be reading a sermon by Charles Finney and an essay on missionaries by Emily Conroy-Krutz. The “Hamilton” lyric for the day is “I take my children to church on Sunday.”
Wow! Can I take this class, Joe?