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    was a quote by John Adams. While he had a lot of jobs like how he was a teacher, lawyer, diplomat, statesman, political theorist, president, vice president, and founding father. Although he was all of those the most important one was that he was a Revolutionary leader. Before all those jobs, Harvard university was the college, he attended at the age of 16. His birth was on October 30th, 1735 in Massachusetts Bay Colony and died on July 4, 1826. During the Revolution, John Adams was a delegate…

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    was a quote by John Adams. While he had a lot of jobs like how he was a teacher, lawyer, diplomat, statesman, political theorist, president, vice president, and founding father. Although he was all of those the most important one was that he was a Revolutionary leader. Before all those jobs, Harvard university was the college, he attended at the age of 16. His birth was on October 30th, 1735 in Massachusetts Bay Colony and died on July 4, 1826. During the Revolution, John Adams was a delegate…

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    John Adams was a Founding Father, the first vice president, and the second president in the United States of America. He helped draft the Declaration of Independents, and he served on the First Continental Congress during the year of 1774. Then on October 30, 1735 John Adams was born in Quincy, Massachusetts. For most of Adam’s life he lived in Massachusetts, but he lived in Europe for about 10 years. At the age of only 16 John Adams was offered a Harvard scholarship where he studied and earned…

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    Federalists such as Alexander Hamilton and George Washington, John Adams believed in a strong, central government and a “loose” interpretation that allowed the government to exercise implied powers. The President, he thought, should be freed from the shackles of the Senate when creating treaties and appointments, and also retain absolute veto power over all legislature. He argued that “Democracy never lasts long,” in the Letters of John and Abigail Adams, that “it soon wastes, exhausts, and…

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    Why Is John Adams Bad

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    John Adams was a smart man and grew up to become a very, very important and popular man in U.S. history. It all started when Susanna Boylston and John Adams Sr. , his parents, decided to have a kid and named him John Adams. He was born in Quincy, Massachusetts. The day was October 30, 1735. John Adams was a very respectful and polite kid. He was Homeschool and taught how to read by his parents Sometimes you go to the neighbor's house to learn and he soon started to attend classes at a…

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    John Adams: Founding Father Historically known as the first Vice-President and second President of the United States of America, John Adams was a Harvard-educated lawyer who became identified with the patriot cause and led in the movement for independence. He was a delegate to the First and Second Continental Congress. During the Revolutionary War, Adams, was a diplomatic delegate to France and Holland. He served two terms as Vice-President under George Washington before being elected to the…

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    John Adams Research Paper

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    Did you know that John Adams married his third cousin? John was born on October 30, 1735, in Braintree (Quincy), MA. In this paper you will learn about Adam’s childhood, education, how they impacted the Revolutionary War, and other interesting facts. John was a very interesting young man. At 16 Adams had a scholarship to Harvard University and he graduated when he was 20. After graduating in 1755 he studied law with an attorney in Worchester, even though his father wanted him to…

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    lifetime that would change the course of American history. John Adams is the most well-known for being the first vice president and the second President of the United States but that is not all he achieved. During the first stages of the revolution, he was a strong spokesperson for Independence and led widespread opposition to the Stamp Act further he was the one to nominate George Washington for commander-in-chief and of the army. Adams was one of the Massachusetts representatives to the…

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    From the bloodline of Joseph Adams and Susanna Boylston, John Adams was born on October 30, 1735 in an area just outside Boston known as Mount Wollaston in Braintree. Prior to his birth, there had been a wave of emigration in Massachusetts better referenced by the Bay Colony. In 1630, a large number of Puritans, roughly 1,000 of whom were refugees, fled England in hopes of seeking religious freedom. John Winthrop, a Puritan lawyer and instrumental figure in the establishment of the Massachusetts…

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    In John Quincy Adams, Robert V. Remini shows his readers a picture of the sixth president of the United States of America. JQA, as John Quincy Adams is referred to, is an unnoticed president that served during a great time in American history. This book is one in a series that introduces the reader to each President through a short biography. Remini’s purpose is to bring the personal life and political achievements of this man to the forefront, and educate the reader on why he is important to…

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