Before he became President, what did John Adams serve as?
Secretary of State
Governor of Massachusetts
Secretary of War
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The following year, Adams served as minister to England, a position his father had held 30 years earlier. In a post he was most suited for, John Quincy Adams served as secretary of state in President James Monroe's administration from 1817 to 1825. answer is secretary of state
I don't believe that John Quincy Adams was ever secretary of state I believe the answer is vice president because he was vice president under George Washington (he knew the Washington would win so he didn't run for presidency that year)