James Madison Jaidan Cooper

Early Life/Childhood

His most intense childhood memories were of his fears of Indian attacks during the French and Indian War of 1754-1763 and of the day his family moved from their little farmhouse to a large plantation mansion, Montpelier. He suffered from psychosomatic, or stress-induced, seizures, similar to epileptic fits.This had continued on and off throughout his childhood.

EDUCATION

James Madison went to a College of New Jersey (Princeton University) and graduated in 2 years.

James Madison's PRECAREER

He worked as a continental congress person before he became president of the United States.

PRESIDENCY

Madison serves as Secretary of State when the party is victorious. Madison is credited with shaping the foreign policy.

IMPACT and LEGACY

''Religion and government will both exist in greater purity, the less they are mixed together.''

Fun and Interesting facts about James Madison!

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