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Presidents of the United States
James Madison

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Presidents of the United States


James Madison
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Reading Level
     edHelper's suggested reading level:   grades 4 to 6
     Flesch-Kincaid grade level:   3.81

Vocabulary
     challenging words:    president, presidency, religion, military, term, fourth, freedom, press, speech, office, during, leader, died, friendly, country, plan
     content words:    James Madison, Capitol Building, White House

Other Languages
     Spanish: James Madison


James Madison
By Meg Leonard
  

1     James Madison was the fourth president. He took office in 1809. Before he was president, he served the country in many ways. He helped write the Constitution. He was even called the Father of the Constitution. James was modest. He said that many heads and hands worked together to write it. He also helped plan the Bill of Rights. This protected the rights of citizens. Some of these are freedom of speech, press, and religion. During his presidency, the country was involved .....
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