This article utilises friendship as an analytical category to interpret the debate between Novanglus and Massachusettensis in 1774-75, demonstrating how the friendship of John Adams and Jonathan Sewall informed political discourse and Adams's radicalization, and validating Adams's presumption of Sewall's coauthorship of Massachusettensis with Daniel Leonard.

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