How Did Samuel Adams Influence The American Revolution

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Samuel Adams was an American statesman, a politician, and one of America's founding fathers. He was born on September 27, 1722 in Boston, Massachusetts and died on October 2, 1803 in Cambridge Massachusetts. Samuel Adams was raised by his wealthy father, his father was a well known politician and a puritan. He attended the Boston latin school, and at the age of 14 he started studying at Harvard where he studied politics and history.

Samuel had a great impact in the American revolution, and was part of the ‘Sons Of Liberty’ a secret organization to fight against taxation and for the rights of the 13 Colonies. “After failing as a brewer and newspaper publisher, Adams found that his chief preoccupation, politics, was his true calling. Following