Aaron Burr Analysis

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By: Khalor Franklin Chapter 1: #1 the main events of the duel consisted of Aaron Burr &Alexander Hamilton. The duel took place at a spot near Weehawken, New Jersey. The duel happened because they had political differences and animosity towards each other. #2 Aaron Burr was the type of person who felt you could do as you please as long as you do it with style. He felt you had to always look nice and up hold your look. Burr had a mind that no one not even himself could probably explain and he used it to his advantage. Alexander Hamilton on the other hand also enjoyed dressing well and always up holding your look. Hamilton was named "the little lion of Federalism" because he was indeed little but…show more content…
He felt that it would bring them closer as friends and also help the country since they both thought differently. 5.) Apparently, Abigail Adams and John Adams were a married couple, however they were very distant. They always wrote each other letters with respect, but both had different views. Both supported each other and both were very smart. “Abigail aligned her responses to fit alongside her husband’s own internal odyssey toward the inevitable. Her only political ambition was to “reign in the heart of my husband”. That is my throne and there i aspire to be absolute. On the other hand, if he was elected to the presidency, it would be a flattering and glorious reward for his lifetime of public service, and he would obviously need a wife to hover about you, to bind up your temples, to mix your bark and pour out your coffee.” (page 176) Abigail Adams supported her husband in every possible way; even if it was not something she believed in. 6.) John Adams had offered Thomas Jefferson to be his vice president. Thomas Jefferson was a little skeptical over becoming his vice president since they both had many conflicts against each other. However, he decided to take the…show more content…
John Adams also believed that the federal government should have more power than the state government. He also believed in following the rules of the British. On the other hand, Thomas Jefferson believed in the rules of the French. He also believed in laissez-faire, which meant that the Government should stay limited and not have much power. Although i believe many things from both people, I would have to say my philosophy would be Jefferson’s philosophy because he believed every word of the Constitution. It does not make sense to compose an important document that is beneficial to the people, and not stand by it. That's like being a teacher who composes a set of classroom rules and does not enforce them. 8.) I believe Adams was a great president because he managed to keep George Washington’s policy of remaining neutral and staying isolated. He also managed to create a treaty with France which helped us become neutral with them. If we weren’t cool with France or Britain, then the chances of us getting invaded by one or even both of the countries would
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