Author:James Madison

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James Madison Jr.
(1751–1836)
Fourth President of the United States (1809 – 1817), with George Clinton (1809 - 1812) and Elbridge Gerry (1813 - 1814), succeeding Thomas Jefferson; succeeded by James Monroe. Fifth Secretary of State (1801 - 1809), Democratic-Republican House Representative from Virginia (1789 - 1797); the “father of the Constitution.”
James Madison Jr.

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