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    John Adams Biography

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    book, John Adams, is a biography that tells us of the life lived by John Adams. There is a lot of historical information that is involved regarding John Adams, but there is also parts that focus on John Adams the man outside of his political stature in American history. In this book you will see who he truly was and get an unbiased perspective of how he carried himself. The author David McCullough did a great job with his book about John Adams. His writing style and diction flow well within this book when it comes to describing John Adams and his character. David McCullough definitely is qualified to write this biography of John Adams. He tells us not only of the life and important things regarding John Adams life, but he also tells…

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    Introduction Did you know John Adams that John Adams was the first president to live in the white house? John Adams was the 2nd president of the united state. Some people called him by his nickname Rotundity John Adams served two terms as George Washington's vice president, a role he found boring. Early life Did you know that John Adams has 29 votes? John Adams was born in October 30,1735. John Adams grow up on a small farm where he enjoyed kites, hunting, marbles, books, and toy boats and…

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    John Adams was the second president of the United States of America. He was a very honest, independent man who wanted to keep his country safe and out of war. Adams had a major influence on our country, but most of it had already been begun by our first president, George Washington. Some of his immense accomplishments are signing the controversial Alien and Sedition Acts, and avoiding the unofficial Quasi War. Adams was born on October 30th, 1735 in Braintree, Massachusetts (Biography of John…

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    John Adams Feminism

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    life President John Adams was a man of revolving dichotomies, often revered for his statue of part of the ‘trinity’ that were the founding father, while also reviled for his hard nosed opinions and his practices in his single term as president (1797-1801). However, John Adams holds one of the most important places in the history of the United States. As one of the authors of the Declaration of Independence - he was the delegate who introduced it to the other colonial representative -he cemented…

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    Introduction Did you know John Adams that John Adams was the first president to live in the white house? John Adams was the 2nd president of the united state. Some people called him by his nickname Rotundity John Adams served two terms as George Washington's vice president, a role he found boring. Early life Did you know that John Adams has 29 votes? John Adams was born in October 30,1735. John Adams grow up on a small farm where he enjoyed kites, hunting, marbles, books, and toy boats and…

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    Even though John Adam’s was not widely well known or popular, he is one of the most patriotic and dedicated men throughout American history. His strong character and patriotic passion gave him one of the longest lists of contributions to the success of America. He worked behind the scenes along with many other excellent founding fathers to set up an efficient government that will last for centuries. His strong moral compass and gifted intellectual abilities made him an essential part to the…

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    John Adams Monarchism

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    John Adams John Adams, the second president of the United States of America, wrote a letter to his wife Abigail Adams stating, “A Constitution of Government once changed from Freedom, can never be restored. Liberty, once lost, is lost forever.” (July 17, 1775) This shows his dedication to the process of a new form of government, different from the rule of the British monarchy, although some believed he was a monarchist. He also felt that religion and morals helped with building a nation of free…

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    John Adams Switching Sides John Adams is now a patriot that is a lawyer, and writer for the colonists. He first wrote for the newspaper to have dissertation about Canon and Feudal Law. Then he wrote for protests. Adams began to defend the colonists and started to become a patriot. He was married to Abigail Adams from 1764 to 1818. With her he had two children, John Quincy Adams and Abigail Adams Smith. John Adams and his family were loyal to the England king. In 1761,…

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    John Adams was born, October 30, 1735 in Braintree, Massachusetts and also had two siblings, Peter Adams and Elihu Adams. John Adams grew up in a religious home with his father serving as a church deacon. He attended a private school in Braintree and he would eventually graduate from Harvard, at age 20, and receive a B.A. (Bachelor of Arts) and M.A. (Master of Arts). He married Abigail Smith on October 25, 1764 in Weymouth, Massachusetts. John Adams had been married to her for 54 years and…

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    John Adams was the second president of the United States of America. He was a very honest, independent man who wanted to keep his country safe and out of war. Adams had a major influence on our country, but most of it had already been begun by our first president, George Washington. Some of his immense accomplishments are signing the controversial Alien and Sedition Acts, and avoiding the unofficial Quasi War. Adams was born on October 30th, 1735 in Braintree, Massachusetts (Biography of John…

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