Effects Of Hamilton Burr Duel

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Both detested each other and did everything in their power to foil the others success. The pinnacle of their heated feud came about when Burr attempted to grasp an opportunity to a return in power after his unsuccessful presidential campaign by switching political parties so that he may be a governor of New York...
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This enraged Hamilton and Hamilton spread every rumor and misdemeanor to set Burr out of the run for governorship. This offended Burr and prompted him to call for a duel to retain his honor. The outcome was tragic. Burr shot Hamilton a horrific blow which left Hamilton bed-ridden and to die the next day...
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