Research Paper On John Quincy Adams

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  • Positive Contributions of J.Q. Adams

    A five page paper which looks at the way in which Adams had a positive influence on the American government in terms of the Florida Purchase and the Monroe Doctrine, and his individual and perceptive attitude to the relationship between European colonialism and the formation of the USA. Bibliography lists 2 sources

  • Second U.S. President John Adams

    This 10 page paper consists of two parts. The first is the nomination of John Adams for the Leader of the Century Award. This section discusses some of Adams' remarkable history and the leadership qualities for which he is being nominated. The last part of this section ranks ten attributes of leadership as they pertain to Adams with examples demonstrating each characteristic. The second section of this paper is an essay about Adams that includes further examples of his leadership, some of his attributes that were no included in the nomination document and why, and what the writer might have done differently with the XYZ event. Both sections identify Adams' leadership styles and how these were demonstrated. Adams has been called the unsung hero and the forgotten hero in the founding of this nation. Bibliography lists 11 sources.

  • Quincy Jones for the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame

    A 3 page proposal for inclusion of Quincy Jones in the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame. Quincy Jones (b 1933) discovered music in elementary school, settling on the trumpet at about ten years of age and teaming up with Ray Charles as a young teen. He released his first album in 1956 and was well known in the industry before the rest of the world "discovered" him with the release of Michael Jackson's "Thriller" album in the 1980s, which Jones produced. Quincy Jones more than only meets the basic criteria for inclusion in the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame. Bibliography lists 5 sources.

  • Themes of the Letters Abigail Adams Wrote to Her Husband John

    This 5 page paper provides an overview of the central themes of Abigail Adam's letters to John Adams as presented in Giles Gunn's Early American Writing. This paper provides an assessment of some of the central topics of the letters, including the theme of freedom and the belief that men fighting for freedom for all may be selective in the application of that freedom. Bibliography lists 2 sources.

  • Lillian Fowler et al's Samuel Adams Radical Puritan

    A 5 page paper discussing the book 'Samuel Adams - Radical Puritan' by Lillian Fowler, William Fowler, William Fowler, Jr., and Oscar Handlin. The book covers the life and times, as well as the adventures of Samuel Adams, the American revolutionary and political leader. No additional sources cited.

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