Dissertation On The Canon And Feudal Law, John Adams Argued For What?

  • Adams wrote ″A Dissertation on the Canon and Feudal Law″ in 1765, which justified opposition to the recently enacted Stamp Act.
  • The Stamp Act was an attempt to raise revenue by requiring all publications and legal documents to bear a stamp.
  • Adams justified opposition to the Stamp Act by arguing that Parliament’s intrusions into colonial affairs exposed the inherently coercive and corrupt nature of.