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A letter from Burr was sent to Hamilton. The letter talked about the newspaper article that was an interview with Hamilton when he said that Burr wasn't fit for office. He challenged him to a Duel.
Hamilton being Hamilton did not disavow his word in the article and he accepted the Duel.
Burr got the letter and he and Hamilton agreed on a place to perform the Duel.
During the duel Hamilton did not take his shot on Burr and shot above his head. Burr on the other hand did shoot him.
Hamilton laid there dying, and Burr felt astonished seeing Hamilton there dying.
After the death of Hamilton Burr's political career was over, and this could have all been avoided if Hamilton disavowed his word. This is the story of the great Duel of Hamilton and Burr.
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