7 Things the Presidents’ Handwriting Reveals About Them

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John Adams

John Adams was the first vice president (between 1789 and 1797) and the second president of the United States of America (between 1797 and 1801).

He also was one of the most important supporters of the United States Independence War in Massachusetts and one of the major diplomats of the 1770s.

According to Poizner, “trembling and difficulties properly holding the writing instrument and executing the movement seems evident, particularly when looking at the last name: The line of the handwriting shakes when forming the last name.” Pinzer also suggests that “the handwriting looks frail, indicating a writer with physical energy that has been debilitated and has compromised his abilities.”

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