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John Adams was the first Vice President and the second President of the United States Although not to popular he had a very successful life John Adams was born October 30 1735 in Braintree Massachusetts which is now known as Quincy His fathers name was John Adams He was a farmer and Militia Officer His mothers name was Susanna Boylston Adams The Young John Adams studied hard in the village school He also worked hard at he household chores Adams graduated from Harvard College in 1775 He was ranked 14th out of 24 students in academics and he was the best scholar in the class After College Adams taught at a school in Worcester and also studied law in the offices of Rufus Putnam He was admitted to the bar in 1758 Adams developed the habit of writing about events and impressions of men The argument of James Otis in the superior court id the earliest In 1957 Adams began law practice in Braintree Massachusetts Ten years later he moved to Boston as the leading attorney of the Massachusetts colonies Adams married in 1764 He married Abigail Smith They had five children The oldest son was John Quincy Adams who later became the sixth President of the United States The other four kids names were in order according to age are Abigail Susannah Charles and Thomas Susannah died during infancy and Charles died while his father was serving his term as President Adams was not what you would say popular leader He was intense often vehement impetuous blunt and impatient Him begins stubborn and his inborn contentiousness was serious handicaps in his political career Adams contributed anonymous articles to the Boston Gazette in August of 1765 The articles were about how the colonies were opposing the stamp act which was a part of the never-ending struggle between individualism and corporate authority In December1765 Adams made a speech about which he pronounced the stamp act
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