Hamilton is credited with creating the American economy, and the stable funding of government, in the 1790s, and he had a classical and realistic grasp on the economics of the time. I think it really bothered Hamilton to participate in the Revolution, only to witness the train wreck of the Articles of Confederation, and the effects of our $4 million war debt on the economy when there were no means by which the federal government could levy taxes to pay it back.
Hamilton also had some monarchist leanings, and some historians suggest that it wasn't so much the fact that we had a king that made Hamilton into a revolutionary, but the fact we had that king, King George III, and how his policies hurt the colonies. Some say he may have been OK with a King George Washington as a benevolent ruler. I think that's a pretty strong interpretation of Hamilton's beliefs, and is probably a stretch, but the idea of a strong central government was indeed in his blood.