John Quincy Adams and the Foundations of American Foreign Policy by Samuel Flagg Bemis

The book is a comprehensive biography of John Quincy Adams, focusing on his significant role in shaping American foreign policy. It details Adams' early years, his time as a diplomat in Europe, his tenure as Secretary of State under James Monroe, and his presidency. The book also provides an in-depth analysis of Adams' philosophy and strategy in foreign affairs, particularly his vision of America as a beacon of liberty and his efforts to establish the country as a dominant force in the Western Hemisphere.

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