This man gained fame as a printer in Philadelphia and became Deputy Postmaster General of North America in 1753.
As a youth, this man followed and was guided by the "Rules of Civility and Decent Behavior in Company and Conversation." The man retired to Mount Vernon in 1783.
This revolutionary leader was the first of his family to go to college. He called for unlimited freedom of speech, which led to the "Revolution of 1800."
This Harvard graduate opened a law office in Boston and eventually became the first vice president.
John Quincy Adams
As President, this man failed to turn out of office his predecessor's men that opposed him. He was also the son of a President.
This Harvard educated man lived in poverty and was devoted to public service.
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