The release of the “Hamilton” film on Disney+ has renewed both praise and criticism towards Lin-Manuel Miranda’s breakout project.

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The original Broadway production is now available on Disney’s streaming service with some people new to the show, accusing Miranda of glorifying slave owners. Alexander Hamilton despised slavery; however, he had friends — including George Washington — that owned slaves.

Hamilton is a flawed play about flawed people written by an imperfect person that gave my flawed and imperfect little life a big boost when I needed it most,” Tracy Calton wrote. “I know I’m biased but I do appreciate the change this illustrates and will be following the convo’s evolution.”

Miranda replied to Clayon and acknowledged the validity of the criticisms.

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“All the criticisms are valid,” Miranda wrote. “The sheer tonnage of complexities and failings of these people I couldn’t get. Or wrestled with but cut. I took 6 years and fit as much as I could in a 2.5-hour musical. Did my best. It’s all fair game.”