President John Adams

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Noun1.President John Adams - 2nd President of the United States (1735-1826)President John Adams - 2nd President of the United States (1735-1826)
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President John Adams had a similarly bleak view of democracy that he inherited from the ancient Greeks.
The early attempts to suppress free speech were signed into law by President John Adams and became known as the Alien and Sedition Acts of 1798.
| July 4 WHEN former American President John Adams breathed his last today in 1826 his final words were "Jefferson lives" but he was wrong because Thomas Jefferson had died hours earlier.
In fact, Zenawi's words were eerily similar to arguments made in the eighteenth century by US President John Adams and his Federalists, who denounced a free and enthusiastic press that disseminated criticism - both accurate and inaccurate - of the new country's politicians.
A lmost two centuries ago, President John Adams approved books of up to five thousand dollars for Congress use.
Misquoting former US President John Adams, President Ronald Reagan paid tribute to facts.
They were the infamous series of discredited measures promulgated by President John Adams in 1798 and designed, in part, to silence unfriendly journalists.
Supreme Court by President John Adams that put him in place to develop the branch of government considered the weakest branch before Marshall took on leadership of the Court.
When John Marshall was appointed as the fourth chief justice of the United States by President John Adams, the Supreme Court had few cases, no genuine authority and met in the basement of the U.S.
President John Adams renounced his alcoholic son, Charles Adams, and refused to bury him in the family crypt after he died as a result of alcoholism.
In 1797, President John Adams appointed his son, John Quincy Adams, as the U.S.
He was a good self-promoter who staged a highly publicized 1801 demonstration before President John Adams that subsequent research has shown was, in all probability, rigged.