John Adams – revolutionist, political theorist. An acclaimed biography of one of America’s Founding Fathers in a superb Folio edition.
‘Too plain spoken for diplomacy and too honest for politics’ is how the brilliant historian James Grant describes the man who was one of America’s foremost revolutionaries, greatest political theorists and most illustrious diplomats. Vice President (1789–97), and then President of the United States (1797–1801) John Adams was an independent-minded, uncompromisingly ethical man.
Quarter-bound in cloth with printed paper sides
Set in Baskerville
Frontispiece and 16 pages of plates
9½˝ x 6¼˝