James Madison's Impact on the Government
- Was one of the principle founders of America's republican form of government.
- Advocated the Virginia Plan, which gave power to the national government.
- Helped enact Jefferson's bill for religious freedom, known as the Virginia Statute for Religious Freedom.
- Wrote the US constitution, and is known as the "Father of the Constitution"
- Author of the Bill of Rights
James Madisons' accomplishments
- He formulated a strategy for the supporters of the Constitution which were the Federalists.
- Wrote portions of the Federalists Papers
- Renewed the charter for the Bank of the United States to raise funds for the war of 1812
"The Father of the Constitution"
Bill of Rights
One of James Madison's most profound writings that is the basis for our amendments today.
One of the principles founders of the Republican party that is one of the major political parties today
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