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What are the political and religious views of John Adams???

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John Adams was part of the once dominate Federalist party (it was the first political party in the states).the Federalists were those who supported the ratification of the Constitution and the creation of a stronger centralized government. The Federalist movement was motivated by the idea that the national government under the Articles of Confederation was too weak and that a new, stronger form of government must replace it. The founder of this party was Alexander Hamilton, George Washington's Secretary of the Treasury during his first term as President. Hamilton's network of supporters grew into what would become the Federalist Party. The members of this party wanted a fiscally sound and nationalistic government. Hamilton's proposal toward this goal of financial stability was to assume the state debts incurred during the Revolutionary War, thus creating a national debt, and as a means of paying off this debt, the creation of the First Bank of the United States. The main goal of the assumption of state debts was to avoid unnecessary and potentially destructive competition between state and federal governments, while at the same time allowing the federal government the opportunity for revenue for the national treasury.[3] A major emphasis of most of Hamilton's policies and indeed the general outlook for the Federalist Party was that the federal government was to dominate over the state governments. The vital importance placed on a strong centralized government placed the Federalists at odds with the opposition movement collectively known as the Anti-Federalists.
Okay, Dallas, you win.
Hehe thank you.
mmm i had his son john quincy adams for a project but i really dont know bout him an wat he do
@Dallasb22 where did u find that? or is it in ur words? lol
For his religious views, He was raised a Congregationalist which is a type of Christian; And really stayed one, he believed regular attending of church was good for keeping a man's moral sense, he also strongly disagreed with Thomas Paine's opinion on Christianity which was mostly disbelief. John Adams said that "The Christian religion is, above all the religions that ever prevailed or existed in ancient or modern times, the religion of wisdom, virtue, equity and humanity, let the Blackguard Paine say what he will."
My own words :P
lol!! His relationship Status??
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well is it true@dallasb22
seriously... LMAO XD
Yes its true, i'm like a History freaking guru :D
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I need his relationship status and his personal information: Personal Information 


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John Adams married Abigail Adams on October 25, 1764, 5 days before John's 29th birthday. They were married for 54 years before her death in 1818.
John remained a man-widow till his death 8 years later in 1826.

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