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Alexander Hamilton Award

The Alexander Hamilton Award was created to celebrate New York and honor those individuals helping to foster the revitalization of our nation’s cities. We chose to name the award after Hamilton because, like the Manhattan Institute, he was a fervent proponent of commerce and civic life, and he believed the health of the nation hinged upon vibrant cities. He was also the quintessential New Yorker. Hamilton went to university, joined the army, and practiced law in New York. His last home stands in Harlem; his grave is at the crown of Wall Street across from the bank he started; the newspaper he founded is still shaking things up. New York’s style—passionate, entrepreneurial, ambitious, inclusive—reflected his vision of America and shaped his politics.

THE 11th ANNUAL ALEXANDER HAMILTON AWARD DINNER

Wednesday, April 27, 2011

HONORING:

Joel I. Klein
Executive Vice President, Office of the Chairman, News Corporation;
Chancellor, New York City Schools, July 2002 December 2010

and

Mortimer B. Zuckerman
Co-Founder, Chairman, and CEO, Boston Properties, Inc.;
Chairman and Editor-in-Chief, U.S. News & World Report;
Publisher, New York Daily News

Cipriani | 42nd Street
110 East 42nd Street, New York City
Reception 6:30pm | Dinner 7:30pm
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