President John Quincy Adams led a very fulfilling life in politics. He had been a senator, ambassador, and president. When his job as America’s top leader was over, he was asked to return to Washington as a member of the House of Representatives, where he remained until he died. This audiobook pays tribute to his role in drawing attention to the negative aspects of slavery long before Abraham Lincoln took office.
A concise biography co-written by President Theodore Roosevelt. Narrated by Glenn Hascall.