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Jefferson, Madison, and the US Presidency
The interpretation of the constitution has been a topic of great debate since it's ratification in 1790. Some presidents, such as James Madison, preferred a broad construction and interpretation as to allow them to do whatever they feel they should be able to. Opponents to this idea acted entirely opposite, like Thomas Jefferson who preferred a strict construction as to eliminate any possible usurpation of powers. Simple messages or speeches made by these individuals to others indicated their stance for strict or broad construction. Even if these statements may not be a direct affirmation…
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