Wisdom Of The Day: John Adams


“Employed in the service of my country abroad during the whole course of these transactions, I first saw the Constitution of the United States in a foreign country – Irritated by no literary altercation, animated by no public debate, heated by no party animosity, I read it with great satisfaction, as the result of good heads prompted by good hearts, as an experiment better adapted to the genius, character, situation, and relations of this nation and country than any which had ever been proposed or suggested.” ~ John Adams, Inaugural Address, March 4, 1797

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