U.S. President John Adams letter
Letter from U.S. President John Adams of Grosvenor Square to Philip Mazzei of Paris in which he tells him that he supports the separation of Legislative, Executive, and Judicial powers. Speaks of books to be published in Europe according to Mr. Jefferson.
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