James Madison and “The Business of May Next” (B) Harvard Case Solution & Analysis

On the May 30th, 1787, the second day of the Convention organized in the Pennsylvania State House, six states voted "aye" and one "nay" to the suggestion to build "a national Government ... consisting of a supreme Legislative, Executive and Judiciary."

In that moment, delegates who'd gathered just to revise the Articles of Confederation agreed to abolish it. Although he had not even introduced the proposal in that moment, James Madison earned the title of Father of the Constitution.

PUBLICATION DATE: February 03, 2009 PRODUCT #: UV1078-PDF-ENG

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