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The presidency of John Adams

作者: Ralph A Brown
出版商: Lawrence : University Press of Kansas, [1975]
叢書: American presidency series.
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"The administration of John Adams was a period of rapid change, internal discord, and the continual threat of war. Few of the nation's chief executives have been subjected to such immediate and ever-present danger of foreign involvement and national destruction, to such bitter animosities and serious cleavages within their administrations, or to such constant need for decision making as was John Adams. In the face  再讀一些...
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Brown, Ralph A.
Presidency of John Adams.
Lawrence : University Press of Kansas, [1975]
(OCoLC)643605630
提及的人: John Adams; John Adams; John Adams; John Adams
資料類型: 傳記
文件類型: 圖書
所有的作者/貢獻者: Ralph A Brown
ISBN: 0700601341 9780700601349
OCLC系統控制編碼: 1218581
描述: x, 248 pages, [1] leaf of plates : illustrations ; 23 cm.
内容: John Adams becomes President of the United States --
The road to the presidency --
John Adams begins his administration --
Face to face with danger --
The country rallies behind Adams --
John Adams and the military --
Adams deals with the specter of foreign war --
Adams stands adamant for peace --
The threat of Civil War --
John Adams on the defensive --
Intrigue to the south: Miranda and Hamilton --
Adams faces Great Britain and the French West Indies --
The road to peace: Môrtefontaine --
The campaign and election of 1800 --
A new capital a retiring president --
A summing up: John Adams and the presidency.
叢書名: American presidency series.
責任: by Ralph Adams Brown.

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"The administration of John Adams was a period of rapid change, internal discord, and the continual threat of war. Few of the nation's chief executives have been subjected to such immediate and ever-present danger of foreign involvement and national destruction, to such bitter animosities and serious cleavages within their administrations, or to such constant need for decision making as was John Adams. In the face of such adversity Adams successfully pursued a policy of neutrality and consiliation and, in so doing, provided time for the country to grow strong and to prosper. Yet, despite the seriousness of the country's problems and the contributions of his administration, he is seldom designated as one of the great American presidents."--Publisher.

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