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    John Quincy Adams was an ardent expansionist. What actions did he support to help the United States become the “first and mightiest nation in the world”? While James Monroe’s secretary of state he drafted part of the Monroe Doctrine which “would oppose any further efforts at colonization by European powers in the Americas” (Foner 386) This would ensure that the U.S would not get involved in any further conflicts with European powers whilst expanding westward as well as establishing diplomatic relations with the newly independent states in the Americas leading to an increase in trade and market value, making the U.S stronger economically and thus stronger globally. As “Latin America was a major market for British Goods, and British citizens…

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    The 1828 Presidential election was unlike any other with polar-opposite candidates, a broadened voter base, and new campaigning strategies coming into play. To continue, the two candidates, Andrew Jackson and John Quincy Adams, had two very diverse backgrounds. For example, Andrew Jackson was an orphan and led most of his life as a frontiersman, whereas John Quincy Adams was the son of the nation’s second president (John Adams) and had experience serving in the U.S. Senate. Moreover, Andrew…

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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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    Our sixth president, John Quincy Adams was born on July 11 in the year 1767, in Braintree, Massachusetts now known as Quincy, Massachusetts. John never went to school; he was tutored by his cousin James Thax, and by fathers lawyer, Nathan Rice. Adams was named after his mothers’s grandfather, Colonel John Adams, after whom Quincy, Massachusetts, was also named. At the age 12, in 1779, John Quincy Adams started to write a diary, which he continued until just before he died in 1848. Most of his…

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    John Quincy Adams was the son of one the United States’ Founding Fathers, John Adams, and served as the sixth President of the nation. By involving himself in the 1840 District Court case of a group of thirty-six African men regarding their freedom to return to Africa, Adams connected the cause of antislavery and the United State’s founding principles in a stride. The group of Africans were purchased by Portuguese slave traders, then shipped to Cuba with the intent of transporting to a Spanish…

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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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    John Quincy Adams was born on July 11, 1767, in Braintree, Massachusetts, on a family farm. As the eldest son, his father and mother taught him mathematics and languages. Around the age of ten, in 1778, John Quincy traveled to many European countries such as Paris, The Netherlands, and England. He received proper schooling, at Passy Academy, where he studied dance, music, artistry, and fencing. A few years afterward, he received training in the diplomatic corps; and in 1781, he accompanied…

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    John Quincy Adams was born on July 11, 1767 in Braintree, Massachusetts to John and Abigail Adams. John Q Adams grew up in family of farmers but his family was also full of success. His great grandfather was a represented Braintree colonial for over forty year and a speaker of the house while his dad graduated from Harvard as a lawyer and soon after became president of the United States. As it started in 1763 Adams still had to deal with the rebellion with the American colonists against the…

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    John Quincy Adams was one of the greatest secretaries of state that the United States ever had. He arranges a deal with England for the Oregon country and Spain for Florida was one his biggest comes through for the United States gaining more territory.in 1765 john Adams accused the stamp tax in resolution written for the Braintree town meeting. When they were reprinted around the colony his reputation as an opponent of English arrogance began to grow. Those in Boston who led the opposition to…

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    John Quincy Adams John Quincy Adams is the 6th president of the United States. Adams served from 1825 – 1829 as president and served one term. He was a part of the Democratic - Republican Party, which was basically the opposite of the Federalist Party (which was weird because he was a part of the Federalist Party until 1808). DR opposed the constitution and supported a strong state government and a bill of rights to protect citizens. His vice president was named John Calhoun who later became a…

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