Differences Between Hamilton And Aaron Burr

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In the most famous duel in American history, both participants were casualties. Alexander Hamilton suffered a life casualty, and Aaron Burr suffered a political one. The Duel happened due to Hamilton publishing articles defacing Burr, causing him to lose political favor. The most known of these articles was reported in Cooper’s Letter. The words in this ultimately caused Burr to lose the election for governor of New York. After Burr brought up the allegations against Hamilton for this, he demanded that Hamilton apologize, which he did and also promised that he would stop, but he continued his campaign to back-stab Burr. Hamilton had been publishing these kinds of articles about Burr and other politicians that he had differences with for over
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