John adams is a 2001 biography of the founding father and second us president, john adams, written by the popular american historian david mccullough,. A review of john adams, by david mccullough mccullough's thesis is as simple as it now seems undeniable: no one, not even george washington, did so. By david mccullough commencement exercises john adams came from the humblest ofbeginnings his father was a plain braintree. Summary and reviews of john adams by david mccullough, plus links to a book excerpt from john adams and author biography of david mccullough. But david mccullough's new the american spirit is a happy exception thanks to bestselling books like truman, john adams, and 1776.
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