James Traub: The Militant Spirit of John Quincy Adams
Journalist and foreign policy expert James Traub unveils his essential biography on the life and complex political career of America’s sixth president—from his upbringing as the son of Founding Father John Adams to his death on the floor of the House of Representatives. Michael Gerhardt, professor of constitutional law at the University of North Carolina and scholar-in-residence at the National Constitution Center, moderates.
A book sale and signing of John Quincy Adams: Militant Spirit will follow the discussion.
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