Aaron Burr v. Alexander Hamilton
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How could Hamilton say these hateful things about me. I thank the person who sent me this article.
I will right him a letter challenging him to a duel.
Oh no. Burr has challenged me to a duel. I guess I must accept, but before I need to get my affairs in order and write my will.
I will not use my shot to kill Burr. I would rather die innocent than live guilty.
Did he really just shoot at me? I must retaliate.
I must throw the duel. I will aim above his head.
1 Day later... The day of the duel The duel has begun.
Aaron thought Alexander had shot at him and missed.
Oh My God
Burr's life began a steep decline after the duel. He wandered the country entering into various schemes. These included an obscure land deal in the Louisiana Purchase for which he was tried for treason in 1807. He was acquitted. He died in 1836 a broken man.
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