Founding Fathers: James Madison I believe that James Madison made the most significant impact on our government. Madison was appropriately nicknamed “The Father of the Constitution” He played a key role in founding America. He wrote a sizeable amount of The Federalist Papers. He co-founded the Democrat-Republican party. Madison was also one of the top contributors at the Constitutional Convention and he drafted the Constitution.
The manuscript was penned by Jefferson, a 33-year-old Virginian lawyer and planter with a talent for persuasive writing. Though Jefferson was largely credited for authoring the national declaration, many ideas and key phrases were drawn from a colonial document, the Virginia Declaration of Rights, written by George Mason. The Declaration of Independence opened with a justification for a nation’s separation from a ruling power, establishing self-governance within a framework that recognized God as Creator and maker of the laws. The document asserted that people collectively held the right to overthrow any government operating without the consent of the governed. As a measure to defend the actions of Congress, a list of specific grievances against the king was included in the document.
Malak Abdelmelek Professor: Lewis Metzger Words: 1,104 Thomas Jefferson: Examining Some of His Achievements and Failures as a President of the United States of America 1801-1809 From 1789 until our recent days, great men were elected to be the president of the United States of America, the greatest nation on earth. Each one of them offered the best they had to their country and they had one goal in mind which was to bring the US to that place of prosperity and development. One of those men is Thomas Jefferson, the 3rd president of the US, who was elected twice to be the president, once in 1800 and the second time in 1804. Jefferson is regarded as one of the most popular and successful of the United States Presidents. He had great achievements like allowing the Alien and Sedition Acts to end with out renewal, repealing the tax that caused the Whiskey Rebellion and the Louisiana Purchase.
Constitutional Convention which wrote the U.S. Constitution. In addition to these awe-inspiring achievements, which created a strong foundation for America, he became the country’s first presidential leader. What made the two previous achievements awe inspiring? George Washington was born on Pope’s Creek Plantation in Westmoreland County, Virginia on February 22, 1732. He was the son of Augustine Washington and his second wife, Mary Ball Washington.
Federalists and Anti-Federalists In the early 19th century, two men fought for what they believed was right and their thoughts on how to govern the nation and its people. Alexander Hamilton and Thomas Jefferson had many confrontations and disputes about whether their political view of government was best fitting to the society. Hamilton was the secretary of treasury, a founding father, one of the significant figures in finding the constitution, and founded the very first political party. Jefferson was the author of the Declaration of Independence, the third president of the Unites States, the secretary of state, a founding father, and alongside Hamilton founded the first political party. These two founding fathers would construct one of the famous documents in the history of the world and represent a rivalry that will further enable parties to fight for what they believe is constitutional.
His more famous name, Publicola, meant ‘friend of the people’,”  By April 1788 the men had published seventy-seven of The Federalist essays. All three authors drew on their experiences in national politics and the military. The two main authors, Hamilton and Madison, were a key part of the activities leading to the Federal Convention and the drafting of the Constitution. In fact all three of these men went on to great things. James Madison became the fourth President of the United States and is considered the father of the Constitution; Alexander Hamilton was part of George Washington’s cabinet as the first Secretary of the Treasury, in this position he formed economic policy for the United States that is still used today; and John Jay was
Washington served as president for two terms, during which he accomplished many new things. Washington accepted Jay's treaty, which settled the arguments between America and the British. Washington also decided that the Bill of Rights should be added to the Constitution, agreeing that they should have Freedom of Speech, Freedom of Press, and Freedom of Religion. George Washington was a brave and intelligent man who fought for his country’s freedom and enforced that freedom as the first president of the United States; due to his accomplishments Washington is remembered as one of the greatest presidents of all time. Other presidents have impacted this country as well.
INFORMITIVE SPEECH OUTLINE; FREEMASONS 2 Abstract So what do you think of when you hear the word Freemason? Do you think of the Illuminati? Or do you think of powerful political figures with secret handshakes belonging to secret societies. Well George Washington was a Mason. So were Benjamin Franklin, Paul Revere; all of these influential men were Freemasons, privileged members of the world’s oldest and largest fraternity.
Reflective Interview Paper PSYCH/500 September 30, 2013 Karen Underwood Reflective Interview Paper Introduction Family is a very important piece to have a full, happy, and memorable life. At least this is something given from the elderly lady this paper will reflect on from her interview. She is a very admirable lady. She is a prime example that shows life can be worth living without the riches and glory of money. She gives extensive examples of how family is priceless and how family can give memories, good or bad, that can last a lifetime.
George Washington George Washington was born on February 22, 1732, he was the first United States president, commander of the Continental Army, and president of the Constitutional Convention. Washington was unanimously elected President by the electors in both the 1789 and 1792 elections. He oversaw the development of a strong government during the French Revolutionary Wars, suppressed the Whiskey Rebellion, and won acceptance among Americans. Washington established many forms in government still used today, such as the cabinet system and inaugural address. The cabinet system is the heads of each executive departments.