by Darren, Maggie, and Gabby
He was considered a controversial figure. Many considered him an important leader and instigator in the American Revolution. Others viewed him quite negatively.
Integrity - Integrity is defined as “the quality of being honest and having strong moral principles; moral uprightness”
He showed integrity many times. During all of the taxes Parliament was passing, such as the Sugar and Stamp Acts, he remained true to himself and his morals and kept opposing Great Britain. He never wavered or agreed with someone else, he was his own individual and remained true to himself.
Sam Adams wanted the Americans to have the same rights the European did, and representation in Parliament.
The Declaration of Independence was signed in 1776, which Samuel Adams was one of the signers. Adams and two other men were asked to be a drafting committee where they wrote the Massachusetts constitution that started off a republican government set-up.