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John Adams

(1735—1826) president of the United States of America


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(1735–1826)

US Federalist statesman, 2nd President of the USA (1797–1801). He was a key figure in the drafting of the Declaration of Independence (1776), and was minister to Britain (1785–88).

Subjects: social sciences — arts and humanities.


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