Aaron Burr Was Vice President And Had A Bright Future – But A Deadly Duel Cost Him Everything

It’s July 1804, and Aaron Burr loads his pistol for an illegal duel. As the vice president of the United States, he’s seen his share of political competition – and now he aims his weapon at his greatest rival. By the next day, one of America’s Founding Fathers lies dead, and Burr’s career begins spiraling out of control.