The Quiz: Known as the “Father of the Constitution,” who was the 4th U.S. President?
John Quincy Adams
James Madison created the basic framework for the U.S. Constitution, earning him the nickname “Father of the Constitution.” He also helped write the Bill of Rights a few years later. Madison served as the fourth President from 1809 to 1817, running under the Democratic-Republican Party against Federalist Charles C. Pinckney in the 1808 election. A major highlight of his presidency was his declaration of war against Great Britain, which gave way to the War of 1812.
The correct answer to this quiz is James Madison.