1. Ron Chernow wrote the biography that inspired the musical and is the show's historical advisor.
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3. Ron Chernow told the New York Times' T Magazine that Miranda's Hamilton is pretty close to who historians know the Founding Father to be.
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4. Ron Chernow is the author of a comprehensive 2004 biography Alexander Hamilton, a book that inspired Miranda to write Hamilton, according to Playbill, and Miranda has stated many times that he strived to keep Hamilton as close to history as he could.
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7. Ron Chernow settled the controversy over whether Grant's friend and publisher Mark Twain had ghost-written Grant's autobiography, published in 1885 soon after Grant's death, which is often called the greatest memoir ever written by a US president.
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13. Ron Chernow is the Secretary of PEN American Center, the country's most prominent writers' organization, and is currently at work on a biography of Alexander Hamilton.
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15. Ron Chernow offers more detail on the subject than most Grant biographers, much of it drawn from the Hamlin Garland Papers, copies of which have apparently been archived at the Grant Library at Mississippi State University.
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16. Ron Chernow makes familiar scenes fresh and expertly brings the provisional revolutionary and early Republican eras to life.
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22. Ron Chernow was a recipient of the 2015 National Humanities Medal, conferred at the White House.
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26. Ron Chernow is an award-winning author and historian who will speak at the White House Correspondents' Dinner instead of a traditional comedian.
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27. Ron Chernow said in a statement, "The White House Correspondents' Association has asked me to make the case for the First Amendment and I am happy to oblige.
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29. Ron Chernow won a Pulitzer Prize for his 2010 biography of George Washington.
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31. Ron Chernow explained his transition from writing about George Washington to Grant: "Makes some sense as progression.
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