William Hogeland's latest book is "Autumn of the Black Snake," published by Farrar, Straus and Giroux in 2017. His next book, "The Hamilton Scheme: Alexander Hamilton and His Enemies in the Fight to Found the American Economy" is under contract to FSG. Born in Virginia and raised in Brooklyn, New York, William Hogeland is the author of the Wild Early Republic trilogy: "The Whiskey Rebellion" (Simon and Schuster), "Declaration" (S&S), and "Autumn of the Black Snake" (FSG). He is also the author of "Founding Finance" (University of Texas Press), as well as a collection of essays, "Inventing American History" (Boston Review Books/MIT Press). Hogeland has written about history, music, and politics for "The Atlantic," "AlterNet," "Salon," "The New York Times," "Boston Review," "The Huffington Post," and others. He contributed the chapter on insurrections to "A Blackwell Companion to American Military History." His essay "American Dreamers" appears in Da Capo's "Best Music Writing 2009," edited by Greil Marcus. Hogeland blogs at https://williamhogeland.substack.com/ and http://twitter/WilliamHogeland. For more info: https://williamhogeland.wordpress.com/about-2/.Read more Read less
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