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✏Author : John Adams
✏Release Date : 1865
✏ISBN : UCAL:B3481084
✏Available Language : English, Spanish, And French
✏The Works of John Adams Second President of the United States Diary with passages from an autobiography Notes of debates in the Continental Congress in 1775 and 1776 Autobiography Book Summary :
✏The Works of John Adams Second President of the United States Book Summary :
📒John Adams ✍ David McCullough
✏John Adams Book Summary : Chronicles the life of America's second president, including his youth, his career as a Massachusetts farmer and lawyer, his marriage to Abigail, his rivalry with Thomas Jefferson, and his influence on the birth of the United States.
✏The Works of John Adams Second President of the United States Life of John Adams By C F Adams Book Summary :
📒John Adams ✍ John Adams
✏John Adams Book Summary :
✏The Works of John Adams Second President of the United States General correspondence 1811 1825 Indexes Book Summary :
📒John Adams ✍ Heidi M D Elston
✏John Adams Book Summary : This biography introduces readers to John Adams including his early political career and key events from Adams's administration including the French Revolution the Alien and Sedition Acts. Information about his childhood, family, personal life, and retirement years is included. A timeline, fast facts, and sidebars provide additional information. Aligned to Common Core Standards and correlated to state standards. Big Buddy Books is an imprint of Abdo Publishing, a division of ABDO.
📒John Adams ✍ John Patrick Diggins
✏John Adams Book Summary : A revealing look at the true beginning of American politics Until recently rescued by David McCullough, John Adams has always been overshadowed by Washington and Jefferson. Volatile, impulsive, irritable, and self-pitying, Adams seemed temperamentally unsuited for the presidency. Yet in many ways he was the perfect successor to Washington in terms of ability, experience, and popularity. Possessed of a far-ranging intelligence, Adams took office amid the birth of the government and multiple crises. As well as maintaining neutrality and regaining peace, his administration created the Department of the Navy, put the army on a surer footing, and left a solvent treasury. One of his shrewdest acts was surely the appointment of moderate Federalist John Marshall as Chief Justice of the Supreme Court. Though he was a Federalist, Adams sought to work outside the still-forming party system. In the end, this would be his greatest failing and most useful lesson to later leaders. "Diggins's slim volume offers a reconsideration of Adams, a thoughtful study of American politics of the period and Adams's legacy for today. " - Publishers Weekly
📒The Works Of John Adams Vol 7 ✍ John Adams
✏The Works of John Adams Vol 7 Book Summary : John Adams was the second President of the United States, ruling the country from 1797 to 1801, and one of the Founding Fathers. He was also a major leader of American independence from Great Britain. This is volume seven out of ten of his works, this book containing letters and state papers from 1777 through 1782. The text is annotated with more than 100 endnotes.
📒John Adams ✍ Joseph Cowley
✏John Adams Book Summary : John Adams could be, and was on occasion, cantankerous, stubborn, tactless, even rude. He was also prone to vanity and self-pity, and sensitive to what he perceived as slights, or attacks on his reputation or character. He also had a lust for fame, as did many involved in the founding of this nation. But if fame was the spur, it was also the driving force be-hind Adams' enormous energy, energy guided by a strong sense of honor and duty that was built into his character and stayed with him his whole life. Adams was a realist, with a profound sense of what people en masse are all about. He seems to have drawn that knowledge from his understanding of himself. He knew that each of us has the capacity for good or evil, and the gov-ernment of checks and balances he envisioned for the new nation they were building took this into account. Victory in the long struggle for freedom was certainly not assured. Many were Tories who wished to continue as British subjects. Many cared, but not enough to fight for the cause. We can be thankful for those who did, who initiated and carried on the War for In-dependence. Among them were the best and brightest the colonies had to offer. These were the people who tendered their lives, property, and sacred honor as collateral in the struggle for freedom. We can be grateful that John Adams was among them.