Analysis Of The Heartbreak Of Aaron Burr By H. W. Brands

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The Heartbreak of Aaron Burr, by H. W. Brands, shows the limited role of women in society during Aaron Burr’s life and the growing role of parties in American politics through how they affect and shape Burr’s family and himself in his own political career. It also shows a view of Aaron Burr, contrary to the common, as a man with few bad intentions, though plenty of misjudgement. Aaron Burr took a view of women particularly radical for the time period, that they had the potential to be entirely equal to men. Understandably, this opinion is extremely further behind the view of women in modern America. Even the younger Theodosia, raised just as the Burrs would have raised a son, has an internalized view of women as weaker than and inferior to

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