James Madison's Contribution To The Constitution

In his life James Madison did some major stuff he made a major contribution to the ratification of the constitution, he was the 4th president of the United States, he also helped write the federalist papers. As president James Madison passed some major stuff and also had some major things happen in his life.
James Madison was born in 1751 , he was brought up in Orange County , Virginia he went to the College of New Jersey (now known as Princeton) as a student of history and government , well-read in law, Madison participated in the founding of the constitution of Virginia in 1776 . He was also was a leader in the Virginia Assembly and also was in the continental congress. He also took an emphatic and frequent part of the Constitutional Convention debates in philadelphia when he was 36. Madison made a major contribution to the ratification of the Constitution by writing the federalists paper later on when he was called the “Father of The Constitution” he protested that it was not “the offspring of a single brain but the work of many heads and many hands.”
In Congress , he helped make make the Bill of Rights and start the first revenue legislation.his leadership in opposition to
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After being president James Madison retired to his estate , Montpelier , his estate in Orange County, Virginia. James Madison spoke out against the disruptive states’ rights influences that by the 1830s threathed to shattered the Federal Union.In a note open after he died he wrote” The adivice nearest to my heart and deepest convictions is that the Union of the States be cherished and perpetuated.” James Madison lived from March 16, 1751 and died at the age of 85(which was old for this time period) on June 28, 1863.He lived a full and important life and was responsible for some of the most major parts of forming this

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