March 12, 2018
Supreme Court Associate Justice Samuel Chase waited as the Senate cast their votes. Appointed by President George Washington, Chase took his duties very seriously. However, the animosity that had developed between John Adams’ Federalists and Thomas Jefferson’s Democratic-Republicans threatened to destroy not only him, but possibly the nation.
Chase worked with Adams and Jefferson in the Continental Congress in 1776. He, along with these men, proudly signed the Declaration of Independence. However, changing political tides, the French Revolution, and simple growing pains of a brand new country made foes of the former colleagues. (see A Dream Within A Dream) Their 1796 election was just the first of many contentious elections to come over the next two centuries. However, it resulted in the two rivals leading the government together with Adams as president and Jefferson taking the vice presidency.
The French Revolution was still occurring when Adams took office. ...READ MORE
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