Interview Final By- Azhar Waliani

James Madison

What was the point of your life?

The point of my life was, I was the 4th president of the United States and I did many things to help our country be great! Some things I did were, I singed the treaty of Ghent which ended the war of 1812.

How do you think you will actually be remembered?

I will be remembered from my impact and legacy. I have done many things good and bad which affects my impact and legacy and that's the reason people will remember me.

What do you consider your greatest success?

What I consider my greatest success is writing the Federalist Papers, play a major role in the making of the U.S. Constitution and being the fourth president of the United States of America.

Would or could you have done things differently, if so how?

Something I could do differently is that when I tried avoiding the war with Great Britain I could've used a different strategy to not make the war of 1812 go down.

Do you have any regrets?

The regret that I had was that I wanted to avoid the war with Great Britain which made the war of 1812 happen.

How many siblings do you have?

I have 9 siblings

How tall are you?

I am "5,4"

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