By David Waldstreicher
A spouse to John Adams and John Quincy Adams presents a set of unique historiographic essays contributed through top historians that conceal assorted points of the lives and politics of John and John Quincy Adams and their spouses, Abigail and Louisa Catherine.
• gains contributions from most sensible historians and Adams’ scholars</b>
• Considers sub-topics of curiosity comparable to John Adams’ function within the overdue 18th-century dying of the Federalists, either Adams’ presidencies and efforts as diplomats, faith, and slavery<b>
• comprises chapters on Abigail Adams and one on Louisa Adams
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Though the other states rejected these resolutions, Kentucky and Virginia put the measures’ constitutionality in dispute, in the process highlighting a major issue that Republicans would use against Adams’s bid for a second term. The Adams administration’s preparations for war included organizing an army. Adams named Washington as the army’s commander-in-chief – but without first asking him. This appointment led to a cascading series of misunderstandings and clashes. First, Washington was irked that Adams had not consulted him.
S study of the president’s relationship with the American press (1995). Many scholars and writers have published new accounts of the p residential election of 1800. The most useful are the symposium volume edited by James Horn, Jan Ellen Lewis, and Peter S. Onuf (2002); the histories by John E. Ferling (2004), Susan Dunn (2004), Edward J. Larson (2007), Bernard A. Weisberger (2000), John Zvesper (2003), Garry Wills (2003), and James Roger Sharp (2010); and a valuable article and book chapter by Joanne B.
Noting signs in Adams’s letters that he was mellowing toward Jefferson, Rush, who valued his friendship with both men, urged them to reconcile their differences. The thin-skinned Jefferson rejected the idea (Schutz and Adair, 1966: 200–202). Writing on Christmas Day 1811, Adams mocked Rush’s suggestion, asking what reason either man would have to write to the other, but hinting, “Time or chance, however, or possibly design, may produce ere long a letter between us” (Schutz and Adair, 1966: 202).
A Companion to John Adams and John Quincy Adams (Wiley Blackwell Companions to American History) by David Waldstreicher