The problem of democracy : the Presidents Adams confront the cult of personality
"John and John Quincy Adams: rogue intellectuals, unsparing truth tellers, too uncensored for their own political good. They held that political participation demanded moral courage. They did not seek popularity (and it showed). They lamented the fact that hero worship in America substituted id...
|Main Author:||Isenberg, Nancy|
|Other Format:||LARGE TYPE|