Following the peace treaty with England President Adams struggles to avoid war with France despite pressure from his Federalist cabinet and French provocation. John finds the price of peace to his career and the price of his long career of public service to his family is indeed high. Written by
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In the theatre scene, the lines being spoken by the actor are from the 1787 play "The Contrast," written by Royall Tyler. Tyler had been a suitor of Abigail "Nabby" Adams. See more
In some scenes showing the White House under construction, modern 2x4's (planed and with radiused edges) can be seen. See more
[John and Abigail Adams arrive at the unfinished White House for the first time and see that the workers ther consists of slaves
Half-fed slaves building our nation's capitol. What possible good can come from such a place?
Version of John Adams: Peacefield
Written by Joseph Hopkinson and Philip Phile See more