Four Letters on the Important Subject of Government
An exchange of letters between cousins Samuel Adams and John Adams—written in 1790 and published in a small pamphlet in 1802—illustrates the differing political philosophies of Samuel, for the Republicans (Democrats), and John, for the Federalists (Whigs).
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- Letter I.—John Adams to Samuel.
- Letter II.—Samuel Adams to John.
- Letter III.—John Adams to Samuel.
- Letter IV.—Samuel Adams to John.