In the 1787 delegates from the 12 states meet in Philadelphia to revise the Articles of Confederation. James Madison of Virginia was convinced America needed a much stronger government than the Articles could provide. In his room at a Philadelphia boardinghouse, Madison, a small man of great learning, labored over a plan to present to the convention. His boldest idea was that the people have a direct say in who represented them.
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