- Quincy Club 2020 -

Learn all about the Presidential Elections

Our school program the Quincy Club is back on the road! The coming weeks Albertine Bloemendal will visit around 20 high schools in the Netherlands to teach about the upcoming presidential elections. Next stop: Heerbeeck College in Best.

- Coffee Klatsch -

2020 Election Talk

In the run-up to the presidential elections, the John Adams hosts the ‘Coffee Klatsch’, a weekly online discussion for our members and patrons and our Family and Friends about election related topics, hosted by Glen Kendall and Gabe Marino. At the fourth meeting, we discussed early voting and the senate races.

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Jill Lepore: “What Should We Call the Sixth of January?”

If it began as a protest and a rally and a march, it ended as something altogether different. But what? Sedition, treason, a failed revolution, an attempted coup? And what will it be called, looking back?  In this article for The New Yorker, Harvard historian Jill Lepore tries to shed light on how to interpret the attack on the US Capitol. Lepore visited the John Adams in 2019 to discuss her book These Thruths.