Sam Adams: A Symbol Of Freedom

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Sam Adams was born September 27, 1722, in Boston, Massachusetts. He graduated from Harvard in 1740 and will later be know as one of the founding fathers. He took out a loan from his father and gave half to a friend that never repaid him and he spent the other half. Then his father names him a partner in the family business and Adams make a weekly article which fails and in 1756 he was a tax collector but he failed to collect the taxes. He served as a legislator for Massachusetts from 1765-1774. He founded the Boston Committee of Correspondence which provided a powerful tool for communication and coordination. The first…show more content…
The Declaration of Independence is a symbol of freedom because it was written…show more content…
Think about it if Sam Adams was not there then what would have happened? Would there even be a rebellion for us to remember and look back at right now? if it did would it have had the same outcome? The second thing i would add to the monument is a torch in his other hand because he was one of the main people that sparked the rebellion that got them their freedom. It would symbolise the historical rebellion that was won and gained them their freedom.It also would represent all of the people who participated/died during the rebellion and the war for their freedom and to show his leadership and bravery.There will be flames on it to show the fire and the passion that was burning in their souls in order for them to move on and win their freedom.
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