THE LOST FOUNDING FATHER: John Quincy Adams and the Transformation of American Politics
Remembered, if at all, as an ineffective president in a rancorous time, Adams was humiliated in office after the contested election of 1824. Aware of this reputation, Cooper has re-framed the sixth president's life in an entirely original way, demonstrating that Adams should be considered our lost Founding Father. Illus.
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