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First and foremost Adams was a revolutionary. He organized the Sons of Liberty and was one of the biggest smugglers in the colonies and it was his idea to toss British tea into Boston Harbor because the tax on tea had been lowered. This made the Dutch tea he smuggled into the colonies higher in price and was costing him money. He was the cousin of John Adams who was very much involved with the Declaration of Independence and the war. Hamilton was the money man for the Sons of Liberty and Adams was the organizer.

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He supported the American side. He was a Patriot.

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He was on the American side.

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