In history books, John Adams, second president of the United States, is often overshadowed by his fellow founding fathers George Washington and Thomas Jefferson. Noted historian David McCullough focuses on President Adams’ life and under-appreciated achievements in a new biography.


  • David McCullough Author and Historian

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