John Adams could see that it was a violation of the universal rights of man to hold other human beings in bondage. Perhaps unfairly, I add that he had no personal economic interests in supporting slavery.
he was against slavery just like his father the second president of the United States John Adams
No- in fact Adams spoke out against slavery.
Abigal Adams did go against African American slavery. She was against any type of slavery and thought it was evil.
he had none. john Adams didn't agree with slavery
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.
She helped both boys and girls have a formal education, helped her husband John Adams as president, and was against slavery.
John Quincy Adams used his position as a member of the House of Representatives to advocate against slavery, both by giving speeches and presenting petitions. He would eventually serve as the 6th President of the United States.
He was with slavery.
John Adams ran against Thomas Jefferson in 1796 and 1800.
John Adams, our first Vice President and second President, was a lifelong opponent of slavery. Even though he opposed the system of slavery, he did not oppose removing Jefferson's condemnation of slavery in the original draft of the Declaration of Independence. He felt uniting the colonies for independence was more important at that time, than causing the Continental Congress to debate the issue of slavery. Abigail Adams was an abolitionist, but Adams took no public positions on slavery. As historian Richard Brookhiser commented, if Adams had ever made a public statement against slavery he never would have been elected president.
No, Abraham Lincoln did.
John Quincy Adams
John Brown Was against slavery and he did everything in his power to get rid of it.
yes john browns revolt against slavery is revolution because it
In the election of 1796 John Adams ran against Thomas Jefferson.
he was fore it
No, in his time slavery was an acceptable practice.
He wanted to stop slavery
John Quincy Adams