The Wisdom of John Adams
Citadel Press, 2003 - 282 pages
John Adams was, as his friend and sometime,competitor Thomas Jefferson called him, The,colossus of independence. the second President of,the United States, he was also the ultimate,revolutionary. Demonstrating his passion and,conviction in his words, the latest addition to,the Wisdom series includes his oration and,speeches on independence, his seminal Thoughts on,Government, and his Discourses on Davila. His,forthright correspondence, as well as his tender,love letters to his wife and ally, Abigail, make,his work essential reading for all.
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Prelude to Lexington and Concord
The American Revolution
Reflections on the Revolution
Faith and Religion
Letters to Abigail
Politics Factions and Parties
Law and Justice
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