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Essay heading: The Creation Of The American Republic
 
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He firmly stood by his judgments and his appeals. He believed in what he presented because he gained confidence threw his studies. He was deeply unswerving in his proposals and when they were rejected, he merely looked for new agendas to support. He laced together newfangled "proposals that would best accommodate the constitution to his own notions of how government should operate...
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He laced together newfangled "proposals that would best accommodate the constitution to his own notions of how government should operate." (74) As a member of the House of Representatives, Madison was eager to jump on the tasks at hand and he found no comfort in his colleagues. His aspiration far exceeded the rest of the members and he even went as far to state that he found only "a very scanty proportion who will share in the drudgery of business...
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The Creation Of The American Republic
He firmly stood by his judgments and his appeals. He believed in what he presented because he gained confidence threw his studies. He was deeply unswerving in his proposals and when they were rejected, he merely looked for new agendas to support...
5 / 1168