Madison was the fourth president of the United States. He
was also a chronicler of the Constitutional Convention and a
writer of the Federalist Papers. He was also president
during the War of 1812. Find out more about this famous
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From Americanpresident.org, this entertaining, informative
biography brings Madison to life. The detail here is
amazing, and it's all easy to read.
Federalist Papers No.
Learn more about Madison's political thinking. He wrote this
Federalist Paper, which discourages "factions," or
deliberately nasty political parties.
The university that bears his name tells you more about this
great man. Find out what made him such a great
This museum is dedicated to preserving the memory and
accomplishments of Madison, the United States's fourth
president. Find out how his political philosophy changed
enough over time. Read some of his best writings.
an Essay by James
This fun little essay says a lot about Madison and the way
he thought about things. He proves himself quite
knowledgeable, both in economics and in political
Find out about Dolley, James Madison's wife and one of the
country's most entertaining First Ladies!
of James Madison
You can read just about everything the great man ever wrote.
This collection is massive and impressive!