Definition of John Quincy Adams from the Oxford Advanced Learner's Dictionary

 

John Quincy Adams

 
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(1767-1848) the sixth President of the US. He was not a popular president because his government passed a tariff act (= a tax on imports). He had had more success earlier as Secretary of State, helping to write the Monroe Doctrine and adding Florida as a state. He was the son of John Adams.