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James Madison and "The Business of May Next" (B)
Cross, Tom; Newell, Terry; Rice, Peter Case OB-0969 / Published February 3, 2009 / 6 pages.
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On May 30, 1787, the second day of the Convention held in the Pennsylvania State House, six states voted "aye" and one "nay" to the proposal to establish "a national Government ? consisting of a supreme Legislative, Executive and Judiciary." In that moment, delegates who had gathered merely to revise the Articles of Confederation agreed to abolish it. In that moment, James Madison earned the title of Father of the Constitution, although he had not even introduced the proposal.


Learning Objectives

Extraordinary leadership comes from what a leader does and not from sterotypical personal traits.

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    On May 30, 1787, the second day of the Convention held in the Pennsylvania State House, six states voted "aye" and one "nay" to the proposal to establish "a national Government ? consisting of a supreme Legislative, Executive and Judiciary." In that moment, delegates who had gathered merely to revise the Articles of Confederation agreed to abolish it. In that moment, James Madison earned the title of Father of the Constitution, although he had not even introduced the proposal.

  • Learning Objectives

    Learning Objectives

    Extraordinary leadership comes from what a leader does and not from sterotypical personal traits.