John Quincy Adams

Post Presidency

What was different about Adams’s politics as a representative?

Adams opposed the policies of President Andrew Jackson and the newly called Democratic Party. Instead, Adams joined the Whig Party, where he continually advocated abolitionist views. For much of his political career, Adams maintained a streak of independence that often upset members of his own political party.


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