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26th Jan '14 3:25:35 PM LongLiveHumour
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* JohnAdams as portrayed in ''Theatre/SeventeenSeventySix''. He's universally thought of as "obnoxious and disliked"[[note]]how Adams himself reported it in his writings years later, but probably subject to UnreliableNarrator[[/note]] and eschews politeness in favor of getting independence declared ''now'' and ''right''. However, he really believes in freedom for all Americans, including slaves, he deeply loves and misses his wife Abigail, and is sympathetic enough to Jefferson missing his own wife to call her to Philadelphia.

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* JohnAdams UsefulNotes/JohnAdams as portrayed in ''Theatre/SeventeenSeventySix''. He's universally thought of as "obnoxious and disliked"[[note]]how Adams himself reported it in his writings years later, but probably subject to UnreliableNarrator[[/note]] and eschews politeness in favor of getting independence declared ''now'' and ''right''. However, he really believes in freedom for all Americans, including slaves, he deeply loves and misses his wife Abigail, and is sympathetic enough to Jefferson missing his own wife to call her to Philadelphia.
3rd Oct '13 12:24:48 PM eowynjedi
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* JohnAdams as portrayed in ''Theatre/SeventeenSeventySix''. He's universally thought of as "obnoxious and disliked"[[note]]how Adams himself reported it in his writings years later, but probably subject to UnreliableNarrator[[/note]] and eschews politeness in favor of getting independence declared ''now'' and ''right''. However, he really believes in freedom for all Americans, including slaves, he deeply loves and misses his wife Abigail, and is sympathetic enough to Jefferson missing his own wife to call her to Philadelphia.
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