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John Quincy Adams

What events were going on during John Quincy Adams' presidency?


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2009-06-04 01:42:27
2009-06-04 01:42:27

Well, slavery was a big issue in the United States at the time. Mr. Adams was strongly against slavery just like his father. Which makes His father, John Adams, my favorite President of the United States.

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