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John Adams: From Revolutionary to Monarchist?

One of the leading voices for liberty and independence in his earlier years, there was certainly a change of approach once John Adams became president. A cautionary tale of the corrupting influence power – or politics in general?

Path to Liberty: September 2, 2020

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