Two presidential birthdays on two consecutive days!
President #4, James Madison, was born today in 1751. The United States owes a great deal to Mr. Madison. Known as the “Father of the Constitution,” Madison was instrumental in its drafting and ratification. As well, he was the primary author of the Bill of Rights.
Andrew Jackson, president #7, was born yesterday in 1767. At the age of 13, he was captured by the British while serving as a courier during the Revolutionary War. The rest of his career is no less dramatic, and certainly controversial. On the one hand, you’ve got to respect a hardcore duelist who died with more than a half-dozen bullets in his body. On the other hand, he signed and enforced the Indian Removal Act.
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