Alexander Hamilton And Aaron Burr Relationship Before The Duel
5 pages in length. One could never call Alexander Hamilton and Aaron Burr friendly. Their rivalry began virtually from the moment each man knew of the other's existence. Hamilton despised everything that Burr represented, including his charismatic style. As a means by which to demonstrate his contempt, Hamilton saw to it that Burr lost out to Thomas Jefferson for the presidency, instead arranging for him to occupy the position of vice president. The writer discusses how this was one of the many final straws that ultimately led up to their infamous duel. Bibliography lists 5 sources.
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