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Social, political, and cultural resonance of Hamilton: an American musical
Bachelor of Arts
Race relations, Theatre, Brodway, Immigration, Hip-hop, Music-Political aspects-United States, American music, Social media, American identity, Lin-Manuel Miranda, Hamilton, United States-Race relations, Rap (Music), Theater-United States-History, Nationalism-United States
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Wood, Maria Dougherty, "No John Trumbull : social, political, and cultural resonance of Hamilton: an American musical" (2017). Honors Project, Smith College, Northampton, MA.
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