The success of the Broadway musical Hamilton, based upon the first Secretary of the Treasury’s biography by Ron Chernow, has apparently saved his place in your wallets and purses. Obama Treasury Secretary Jacob Lew confirmed that Alexander Hamilton’s place on the $10 bill is safe, as the musical has drawn attention to Hamilton’s prominent role in America’s financial history. Instead, it may be Andrew Jackson who disappears from the $20 in favor of Underground Railroad activist Harriet Tubman. Other women’s rights activists will appear on the back of the twenty. Potentially lost in this is that it was Jackson who had vehemently opposed the Second Bank of the United States, the lineage of Hamilton’s First Bank. Jackson believed that one bank holding the entirety of deposits from the federal government would produce an abundance of power in very few unelected hands. Jackson won that battle, but Hamilton seems to have won this duel of dollars.