Episode: The Reynolds Pamphlet Live from NYCC Presents


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The Reynolds Pamphlet Live from NYCC Presents

In the summer of 1791, U.S. Secretary of the Treasury Alexander Hamilton and Maria Reynolds began an affair that would lead to blackmail, political rumors, a 98-page confessional document ... and eventually a song in a hit Broadway musical.

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