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james madison

  • Course: us gov
  • Professor: robert
  • School: AISU
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Founding fathers

One of the founding fathers I chose was James Madison, he was one of the main founding fathers. In order for the constitution to become the law so that americans have a constitution to follow, at least half of the 13 states had to clarify it individually and it was sent to them for this purpose. Madison campaigned for the representation of the Constitution by writing with a another person a series of essays with John Jay and Alexander Hamilton that appeared in various newspapers from around the united states and then exported it and circulated it around the United States.

There were 85 essays in all and madison wrote about half of them, they were known as federalist papers. James Madison for doing is contributions to the constitution earned him the nickname the Father of the constitution, these action by James Madison made them very important to uniting our nation as one. without these action i feel like we would never become united, I think that we would always be controlled by a parliament derived united kingdom and somehow declare our independence eventually.
James Madison was an american statesman, political theorist, and the fourth president of the united states. He drafted the constitution, and created the bill of rights, his whole life he served as a politician. He had to ratify the constitution by creating the federalist papers, the federalist papers seventy-seven were published in the independent journal. eight or so more were published as The New Constitution which came in two volumes. Each of the federalist papers are more highlighted in history than others.

According to historian Richard B. Moris they are “Incomparable exposition of the constitution, a classic political science unsurpassed in both breadth and depth by product of any later American writer.” I think that they were a political tip jar for the constitution to back up the small facts of the...
Founding fathers
One of the founding fathers I chose was James Madison, he was one of the main founding
fathers. In order for the constitution to become the law so that americans have a constitution to
follow, at least half of the 13 states had to clarify it individually and it was sent to them for this
purpose. Madison campaigned for the representation of the Constitution by writing with a another
person a series of essays with John Jay and Alexander Hamilton that appeared in various
newspapers from around the united states and then exported it and circulated it around the United
States.
There were 85 essays in all and madison wrote about half of them, they were known as
federalist papers. James Madison for doing is contributions to the constitution earned him the
nickname the Father of the constitution, these action by James Madison made them very important
to uniting our nation as one. without these action i feel like we would never become united, I think
that we would always be controlled by a parliament derived united kingdom and somehow declare
our independence eventually.
James Madison was an american statesman, political theorist, and the fourth president of
the united states. He drafted the constitution, and created the bill of rights, his whole life he served
as a politician. He had to ratify the constitution by creating the federalist papers, the federalist
papers seventy-seven were published in the independent journal. eight or so more were published
as The New Constitution which came in two volumes. Each of the federalist papers are more
highlighted in history than others.
According to historian Richard B. Moris they are “Incomparable exposition of the
constitution, a classic political science unsurpassed in both breadth and depth by product of any
later American writer.” I think that they were a political tip jar for the constitution to back up the small
facts of the constitution. James Madison became the fourth President for having such great ideals
and that led him to having a great life as a politician and a great statesman.
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