What famous cousin of John Adams was a prominent leader during the Revolutionary War period?

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Chapter John Adams

Adams’s famous second cousin was Samuel Adams, a prominent politician in Massachusetts, where he first served in the state assembly in 1765. He strongly advocated against British taxation and other policies he deemed harmful to colonial interests. Samuel Adams later became a member of the Continental Congress and signed the Declaration of Independence.


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