Hamilton and BUrr
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During the Election of 1800, there was a stalemate and Hamilton came to the house in an event known as "THe MIdnight Appointments." He convinced the house to vote for Jefferson.
So now Jefferson is the President and he makes the 12th amendment to prevent Burr from becoming his VP.
Burr is outraged at Hamilton and writes an angry letter to him. He calls him out and tells him to defend his honor...
Hamilton has already had his honor called to attention many times. His son lost his life defending his honor and died in a duel. Hamilton? He accepted the duel with Burr...
The duel is set and takes at the same place Hamilton's son did his duel. Hamilton did not shoot at Burr and there is sources saying he didn't fire at all.
Hamilton was fatally shot in the chest leaving behind his legacy. The bullet had struck him entirely through and was right next to his spine. This also killed Burr's power as it degraded after the Death of Hamilton during the duel.
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