Heirs of an Honored Name
Douglas Egerton, history professor at LeMoyne College, chronicled the political ascendancy of John Adams and his son John Quincy Adams, and their descendants decision to dissolve the political dynasty.
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Douglas R. Egerton Professor Le Moyne College->History Department
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