John Adams to the Comte de Sarsfield

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In this letter, John Adams, the American minister to France, writes to a French nobleman about his vision for America’s future. Despite the difficulties the U.S. was experiencing immediately after the American Revolution, Adams believed that the country would remain a defender of liberty, free from the corrupting influences of monarchy and aristocracy.

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