Founding Fathers titles:
- George Washington (1st President)
- James Madison (4th President)
- Thomas Jefferson (3rd President)
- John Adams (2nd President)
- Benjamin Franklin (Minister to France)
- Alexander Hamilton (Treasury Secretary)
- George Mason (Delegate, Constitutional Convention)
- Gouverneur Morris (United States Senator)
- Roger Sherman (United States Senator)
- James Wilson (Associate Justice, United States Supreme Court)
- Edmund Randolph (U.S. Attorney General and U.S. Secretary of State)
James Madison was called the “Father of the Constitution” because he was the principal author of the document.
George Washington never went to college.
Thomas Jefferson was not present to sign the Constitution.
John Adams never signed the Constitution.
“Consent of the governed” a government’s moral right to use power is derived from the people over which that power is exercised. In other words they work for us.))
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