John Adams protests against British for treating American colonists unfairly.
John Adams and Thomas Jefferson discuss the plans for writing the Declaration of Independence.
John Adams wins the election by 3 electoral votes and becomes the second U.S. president because of his popularity from helping write the Declaration of Independence. Thomas Jefferson is his vice president.
President Adams at a Constitutional Convention meeting deciding to not join the war between France and Britain.
Adams's plan wasn't very popular and many people disapproved of his decision.
John Adams lost his presidency in the next election and he returned to his home in Massachusetts with his wife, Abigail Adams.