Few people remember the second person to do something, so we’re not surprised that President No. 2 John Adams gets little respect—in general and specifically in the musical “Hamilton.”

But to the legal world, Adams was kind of a big deal because he appointed John Marshall to be chief justice of the Supreme Court. You remember Marshall from law school, right? Judicial review, Marbury v. Madison, McCulloch v. Maryland?

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