John Adams

Early Career

What writings did Adams publish during his early career?

Adams wrote an essay entitled “A Dissertation on the Canon and the Federal Law.” It spoke about the rights of Americans and how these rights should be respected by British law. He also drafted “The Braintree Instructions,” which talked about the unfairness of taxes imposed on Americans without their consent.


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