As Sam Adams asked in his master's degree studies: Is it "lawful to resist the supreme magistrate, if the commonwealth cannot be otherwise preserved?"
What came first: Britain's tyranny or Sam Adams' rebellious writings?
How much blame does Adams' bear for the Boston Massacre? Did he cross the line by provoking the crowd to such a point that the rally ended in bloodshed?
How did Adams more-or-less force the Boston Tea Party?
Does Adams deserve the title of "Father of America"?
Why did Adams reject the Constitution?
How did Adams' Puritan roots affect his political life? How is this reflected in Article III of the Massachusetts Constitution?