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John Quincy Adam (* 11. July 1767 in Braintree (since 1792: Quincy) in Massachusetts; † 23. February 1848 in Washington D. C.) university-tares , US-American politician was, 6. President of the United States of America of 4. March 1825 up to 4. March 1829 and son of president John Adam.
John Quincy Adam began its study of the jurisprudence at the university of suffering in the Netherlands and closed it 1787 to the Harvard University in Cambridgeoff. As an attorney it practiced first in bad clay/tone, Massachusetts.
1802 he was selected into the state senate by Massachusetts and stood as a candidate in the same year unsuccessfullyfor the US house of representatives. 1803 he was selected as Föderalist into the US senate and withdrew 1808, a half year, after he had broken with the Föderalisten, of its office.
1809 to 1814 he was an Ambassador in Russia and belonged to 1814 of the commission,those the peace treaty of Gent between the USA and Great Britain negotiated. 1815 to 1817 he was an Ambassador of the USA in Great Britain.
With the Präsidentenwahl 1824 a characteristic arose, none to thatAn absolute majority of the elector voices or all voices could reach candidates. This put the decision into the hands of the house of representatives, which selected for the surprise many Adam and not his rival Andrew Jackson, which had originally more voices. Adam was president from 1825 to 1829. it finally nevertheless still lost 1828 against Andrew Jackson with the attempt of a re-election. Adam was the first president, who gave an interview to a woman: she had stolen and threatened its clothes with a bath in a river to return it without interview not.
Instead of itselffrom the political stage to withdraw, he won 1831 the choice to the house of representatives as a representative of the democrat republicans. This belonged it up to its death, on. He was among other things a chairman of an economic committee, the committee for Indian questions and the foreign committee.
it failed to 1834 with the attempt,as a governor von Massachusetts to be selected. 1841 it represented the slaves of the Spanish slave ship Amistad, which had succeeded against their eliminators to up-desire and in the USA land, before the supreme Court (highest court of the USA). It reached that it not on Spain were delivered, but when free humans could return to their homeland.
- Paul C. Nail: JohnQuincy Adam: A public would run, A private one would run. - New York: Button, 1997
- Robert Remini: John Quincy Adam. - New York: Time Books, 2002
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|NAME||of Adam, John Quincy|
|SHORT DESCRIPTION||of American politicians and president|
|DATE OF BIRTH||11. July 1767|
|PLACE OF BIRTH||Braintree (today: Quincy), Massachusetts|
|DYING DATE||23. February 1848|