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Known as the “Colossus of Independence,” John Adams was a dynamic force in attaining freedom for his beloved people. He wasn't born the “Colossus of Independence”, seeing as much of his youth consisted of what turned out to be useful preparation. John Adams learned a lot about life from his father John, who had high hopes for his son becoming a minister. Although he never spent a day working in church, John Adams ended up preaching his visions to a much bigger audience. America as he envisioned it was vital, worth sacrificing all material possessions and personal freedoms to implement. John Adams, using his wit and knowledge that derived from parental prop, created a world in which “all men are created equal.” But before he could even conceive a world like this, John Adams had to stomp out the stamp act. Before Adams's strong push for independence, America was rotten with unjust laws and abusive leaders. The country was in a deep oppression, with white, wealthy, protestant males ruling everyone else. Worst of all, the Stamp Act was in full motion and there was nothing that
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This note was uploaded on 04/07/2008 for the course ENG 2100 taught by Professor Schrieber during the Fall '07 term at CUNY Baruch.

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