In a video posted on The Black History School, we learn more about Abolitionist or racist? John Quincy Adams was once a diplomat, a Senator and a member of the House of Representatives. He strongly promoted anti-slavery laws which eventually helped him become president. But did he want slaves to have equal rights or did he fear that freed slaves would revolt and take over the country?
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