"Father of the Bill of Rights"
James Madison was mostly silent about his person beliefs. But, he pushed for freedom of Religion. He was a political theorist and American Statesmen. He was one of the Americans Founding Fathers and a champion of individual freedom. He is often called the "Father of the Constitution" and was important in the creation of the Bill of rights. James founded the Democratic- Republican Party, which has been called Americans first opposition political party.Madison saw the need for a national bank and supported its establishment, enlarged government powers during the war, and took a firm federal stance in the face of treason and sedition. Madison helped create working institutions from the general outlines set in the Constitution. Madison believed that the great to popular government is faction. James also argued that the size of territory matters.His goal was public decisions based on the “cool and deliberate sense of the community.”