My Shot (Hamilton)

“My Shot”, from the musical Hamilton contains lyrics that illustrate several economic concepts.  First, Hamilton is talking about going to King’s College (which is now Columbia University) to gain skills as he claims “the problem is I’ve gotta lotta brains but no polish”.  In another part of “My Shot” we hear from Mulligan, who’s an […]

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96,000 (In the Heights)

The manager of the convenience store and his friends find out that somebody purchased a winning lottery ticket worth $96,000 from his store. This group, all of whom live in a poorer area of New York City called Washington Heights, dream about what they would do if they won that much money. This song highlights […]

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