James Madison's Ratification Of The Constitution

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The father of the constitution, James Madison was a key person in the ratification of the constitution, he wrote 85 letters to newspapers to help urge the ratification of the U.S constitution. These papers are called the federalist papers (1787-1788). Madison is known as the father of the constitution even though a lot of men helped with the constitution and signed it, but he was the main contributor to the ratification of the constitution and even made the bill of rights.
In 1787, delegates from each state came together at a Convention in Philadelphia, so Madison could present his ideas for an effective government system in his Virginia Plan, he also helped design the checks and balances which had a government with three branches- legislative,