anonymous
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What was significant about President John Adams?
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anonymous
  • anonymous
He was the second president of the United states and one of the writer of the Declaration of Indapendence ._.

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anonymous
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let me make the question a little more specific...
anonymous
  • anonymous
What was significant about the things John Adams did during his presidency?
anonymous
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In 1796, Adams was elected as the Federalist nominee for president. Thomas Jefferson led the opposition for the Democratic-Republican Party. Adams won the election by a narrow margin, becoming the second president of the United States. During Adams's presidency, a war between the French and British was causing political difficulties for the United States. Adams's administration focused its diplomatic efforts on France, whose government had suspended commercial relations. Adams sent three commissioners to France, but the French refused to negotiate unless the United States agreed to pay what amounted to a bribe. When this became public knowledge, the nation broke out in favor of war. However, Adams did not call for a declaration of war, despite some naval hostilities. By 1800, this undeclared war had ended, and Adams had become significantly less popular with the public. He lost his re-election campaign in 1800, with only a few less electoral votes than Thomas Jefferson, who became president.
anonymous
  • anonymous
heres the link refrencing all of that http://www.biography.com/people/john-adams-37967#political-career
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Thank you for your help
anonymous
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np

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