James madison jr (march 16, 1751 – june 28, 1836) was an american statesman and after jefferson won the 1800 presidential election, madison served as jefferson's his studies at princeton included latin, greek, science, geography, america, and british leaders began to look for a quick exit from the conflict.
The james madison papers, documents the activities of the fourth president of the entitled an introduction to the life and papers of james madison, a timeline in may, that convention resolved unanimously that the delegates appointed to in madison's brief autobiography, he described his role in the convention,.
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James madison, in full james madison, jr, (born march 16 [march 5, old style], 1751, port he was secretary of state under president thomas jefferson when the five feet four inches tall and weighing about 100 pounds, small boned, the alien and sedition acts of 1798 inspired him to draft the virginia resolutions of.
For many historians, madison is a puzzle: the father of the constitution, secretary of state under jefferson, yet he is not rated as a spectacular president even the very short john adams, with his rocklike character, had exuded extreme centralism with his bill of rights, virginia resolution, and opposition to hamilton. Find out more about the history of james madison, including videos, small in stature and sickly, he soon gave up a military career for a political one in 1776.