Describe the conflicts of The Tertium Quid, the Burr Conspiracy, Essex Junto and the Hartford Convention.

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October 3, 2014

 

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and create an empire for themselves. Burr had even solicited British support for his scheme. Essex Junto- Was a group of lawyers and merchants from Essex County, Massachusetts. These Federalists supported Alexander Hamilton and the Massachusetts radicals. When Hamilton was offered a place in the plot to secede New England from the Union, he denied the offer...
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These Federalists supported Alexander Hamilton and the Massachusetts radicals. When Hamilton was offered a place in the plot to secede New England from the Union, he denied the offer. Consequently, the Essex Junto turned to support from Aaron Burr, who agreed to help the radical group because of his dissatisfaction in the office of Vice President...
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