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John Quincy Adams Inaugural Address - 03/04/1825 - Read by Carl Malamud

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John Quincy Adams delivered his inaugural address on March 4th, 1825. Read by Carl Malamud (https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Carl_Malamud), president and founder of Public.Resource.Org. Like his father, John Adams, JQA served a single term. This presidential election saw four different candidates run, including Henry Clay (one of the front-runners who later supported JQA’s run) and Andrew Jackson (who called Clay’s support a “corrupt bargain” after Clay was named Secretary of Sate). JQA would lose his 2nd run to Andrew Jackson, the first president not be a Founding Father, or related to one.
The cover art is an 1858 portrait of John Quincy Adams by George Peter Alexander Healy.
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