John Quincy Adams isn’t who you think he is | Curio

John Quincy Adams isn’t who you think he is

9 mins | Feb 14, 2020

He's hailed as an advocate of American restraint, but his actions couldn't have been further from that. In the debate about America's role in world affairs, the sixth president of the US, John Quincy Adams, has become an icon for those wanting to shrink America’s global role. But Hal Brands, writing in Bloomberg, explains why he’s being cited incorrectly - as he was actually, a die-hard expansionist.

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