1. John Adams put it most poignantly to Jefferson: "You and I ought not to die, before We have explained ourselves to each other.
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2. John Adams died Sunday in Los Angeles, where she had lived much of her adult life, according to her fan website.
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5. John Adams authored the "Plan of Treaties", laying out the Congress's requirements for a treaty with France.
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6. John Adams became convinced that Congress was moving in the proper direction—away from Great Britain.
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8. John Adams attempted to stop this by sending ministers to France.
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11. John Adams was the second president of the United States.
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12. John Adams squandered his popularity by signing the Alien and Sedition Acts into law in 1798.
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13. John Adams spoke out against the Townshend Acts of 1767, which levied tariffs on goods such as paper, glass and tea that were imported to America.
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14. John Adams was a leader of the American Revolution, and served as the second US president from 1797 to 1801.
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17. John Adams was the eldest of the three sons of Deacon John Adams and Susanna Boylston of Braintree, Massachusetts.
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19. John Adams was commissioner to France in 1778 and in 1782 and 1783, he helped negotiate the Treaty of Paris which ended the American War of Independence.
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22. John Adams signed the Alien and Sedition Acts of 1798.
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23. John Adams was the first president to live in the White House.
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24. John Adams was the vice president to George Washington and was the first vice president to be elected as president.
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25. John Adams was the second president of the United States and was one of the most influential presidents.
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26. John Adams drafted the Massachusetts Constitution, which was approved by voters in 1780 and is still in effect today.
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28. John Adams won the election by a narrow margin, becoming the second president of the United States.
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31. John Adams became the first vice president of the United States and the second president.
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34. John Adams had retired to private life in 1829 in the Massachusetts town of Quincy, but only for a brief period; in 1830, supported largely by members of the Anti-Masonic movement, he was elected a member of the national House of Representatives.
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35. John Adams had first met her when he was 12 years old and his father was minister to France.
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43. John Adams served on a committee of three, including Samuel Adams and James Bowdoin, to draft the constitution.
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51. John Adams sent Secretary of War McHenry to Mount Vernon to convince Washington to accept the post.
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55. John Adams announced that he would send a peace commission to France but simultaneously called for a military buildup to counter any potential French threat.
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57. John Adams coerced South Carolina Federalist electors, pledged to vote for "favorite son" Pinckney, to scatter their second votes among candidates other than Adams.
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59. John Adams supported Washington's policies against opposition from anti-Federalists and Republicans.
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65. John Adams authored the "Plan of Treaties", laying out the Congress's requirements for a treaty with France.
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69. John Adams became convinced that Congress was moving in the proper direction—away from Great Britain.
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71. John Adams complained of what he considered the pretentiousness of the other delegates, writing to Abigail, "I believe if it was moved and seconded that We should come to a Resolution that Three and two make five We should be entertained with Logick and Rhetorick, Law, History, Politicks and Mathematicks, concerning the Subject for two whole Days, and then We should pass the Resolution unanimously in the Affirmative.
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73. John Adams purchased a large brick house on Queen Street, not far from his office.
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74. John Adams offered them anonymously, under the nom de plume "Humphrey Ploughjogger", and in them ridiculed the selfish thirst for power he perceived among the Massachusetts colonial elite.
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75. John Adams was born on the family farm in Braintree, Massachusetts.
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76. John Adams was the first president to reside in the executive mansion now known as the White House.
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80. John Adams was a lawyer, diplomat, and leader of American independence from Great Britain.
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83. Mr John Adams has been treasurer for the Association in the region Other members elected to occupy various positions were Samuel Kojo Antwi, as an organiser, Jerry John Nyarko as treasurer and Kelvin Gyamfi as the trustee.
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84. Paul George and Steven John Adams had double-doubles for Oklahoma City, each finishing with 20 points and 13 rebounds.
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97. When John Adams died, his last words included an acknowledgement of his longtime friend and rival: "Thomas Jefferson survives.
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99. At age 90, John Adams was the longest-lived US president until Ronald Reagan surpassed that age in 2001.
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101. Early on, John Adams repeatedly tried to turn the correspondence to a discussion of their actions in the political arena.
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