Adams & Jefferson: The Mutual Respect of Political Enemies
The 2 founding fathers who would be friends, enemies and then friends again – John Adams and Thomas Jefferson. The 51-year relationship between these Frienemies is complicated but telling, offering critical insight into the very delicate and increasingly political first couple decades of our nation. Looking back, it’s proven to be one of our republic’s best examples of respectful disagreement. The mutually perplexing association between President’s number 2 and number 3, is on this episode of American POTUS.