John Adams memorial
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Why dose John Adams deserve a memorial in D.C.?
"I come in peace as a speaker of the U.S. president to negotiate instead of fight with you we can make this fair and you can have a reasonable pay to be friendly with the U.S."
By: Cowen Aulenbach
What did John Adams do? John Adams had a few positive major impacts on the U.S. The biggest of which is he held off the french from having war with the U.S. by using words and persistence. John Adams wanted to peacefully protect the U.S. avoiding as much or all war if possible.
John Adams although he was a U.S. citizen he was a defender of the British soldiers and Representative of the french for the U.S. John Adams at the time of the Boston Massacre defended the 8 British soldiers that where involved and saved most of them from prosecution. John Adams was a successful lawyer and defender of the people.
Thirdly one of John Adams other important achievements was that he served in the Massachusetts constitutional convention 1780-1782. Right around these times he was sent to the Netherlands to get a loan to help fund the long war with Great Britten. shortly after that he returned to France to create the treaty of Pairs with a few others in 1783.
Last but not least after john Adams presidency he almost imitatively returned home and started writing. For the last 25 years of his life he wrote many autobiography and letter he also sent messages to his old enemies and even resolved some of his problems and made some new friends.
This is John Adams our 2nd president of the United States Of America. In conclusion John Adams is the only us president who dose not have a memorial or monument in Washington D.C. I as well as man others i'm sure believe although he had a few mistakes during his presidency he was a important man and helped shape america for it to be what it is today and for that he deserves a monument, here is what he did.
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