Adams is pretty quiet, so McKinley doesn't have much work to do.
President McKinley was a strong supporter of the American textile industry, supporting tariffs to protect the industry from foreign competition at the end of the nineteenth century. The owners of the Berkshire Textile Company invited McKinley to visit on three occasions. After President McKinley was assassinated in 1901, Adams remembered its famous visitor by commissioning a statue of the Ohio-born president to stand in a small traffic circle in front of the town's library.
The Berkshire factory closed nearly 60 years ago as most New England textile mills followed cheap labor to the South. But, the company is the shell on which Warren Buffett has built his Berkshire Hathaway financial behemoth.