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As a young boy, John Adams never imagined the vital role he would one day play in the transformation of the colonies into an independent American nation. A farmer, lawyer, influential member of the Continental congress, foreign diplomat, first vice president, second president through it all, this true American patriot held firmly to his integrity and left an uncompromising legacy: independence forever.(1735-1826)
Table of Contents
|2.||It's a Farmer You Want to Be, Is It?||13|
|3.||Congratulations, Master Adams||25|
|4.||A Career at Last||35|
|5.||The Child Independence Was Born||47|
|6.||The Stamp Act||61|
|7.||Staring at Each Other||75|
|8.||Save Your Money and Save Your Country||85|
|9.||Facts Are Stubborn Things||97|
|11.||Up in Smoke||123|
|12.||The Newborn Republic||139|
|13.||A Commissioner to France||153|
|14.||Peace at Last||165|