John Adams by jonathan vann

John Adams was born 1735 and died 1826. He was a known person because he was in the continental congress, the first vice president, and the second president. He was a brave person and helped in the revolutionary war.

  • John Adams and Thomas Jefferson die on the same day 50 years after the declaration of independence
  • John Adams knew Gorge Washington and was his vice president
  • John Adams was the second president"Government is usually founded on fear" "

"Government is usually founded on fear."

"Remember that democracy never lasts, it will eventually die."

He signed the declaration of idependence

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