John Adams Impact On America's Development

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John Adams had a successful impact on the early years of America’s development because he achieved real hands-on experience during and after the Revolution. He was religiously devoted to the ideology of freedom in America, and became well-known as “the Atlas of Independence” by overtly rejecting reconciliation with England. He wrote his wisdom in a pamphlet, Thoughts on Government, which became a model for the constitutions of new states that shared the same beliefs as Adams. He became the first Vice-President, under George Washington, and the second President of the United States. His years of knowledge and experience placed him as one of the most qualified frontrunners for the presidency following Washington, since it would only make sense
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