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"John Adams" Unite or Die (TV Episode 2008) Poster

(TV Mini-Series)

(2008)

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Alexander Hamilton: As I've heard said, if men were angels, no government would be necessary.

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John Adams: [to John Quincy as he leaves for Europe] You have more prudence at 27 than your father at 58. All my hopes are in you, both for our family and our country. Do not disappoint me.

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John Adams: [During an argument about monarchism] Where are you going?

Abigail Adams: [Leaving the room] We'll finish this conversation when you've regained your senses.

John Adams: I, uh... I was not aware that I have lost them.

Abigail Adams: Well, you have.

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John Adams: [Excusing himself from the cabinet room] Mr. President.

George Washington: Mr. President and nothing more.

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Abigail Adams: Whoever follows General Washington inherits a hellish load.

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Thomas Jefferson: Impartiality is always partial, John.

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Thomas Jefferson: The Tree of Liberty must be refreshed from time to time with the blood of patriots and tyrants. It is a natural manure.

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George Washington: [to Adams after he has been sworn in] I am fairly out, and you are fairly in. See which of us will be the happiest.

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