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EBOOK SALE: Only $2.99 | Regular Price: $5.99 | Save $3.00, 50% Off | BUY NOW Price will increase to $5.99. Limited time only. Dolley and James Madison were America's original “power couple. “The nation’s most underrated Founding Father, James was everywhere in the early republic. He passed the nation’s first religious freedom law, and did more than any other man to draft EBOOK SALE: Only $2.99 | Regular Price: $5.99 | Save $3.00, 50% Off | BUY NOW Price will increase to $5.99. Limited time only. Dolley and James Madison were America's original “power couple. “The nation’s most underrated Founding Father, James was everywhere in the early republic. He passed the nation’s first religious freedom law, and did more than any other man to draft and ratify our Constitution. Even today, judges parse each word of his Bill of Rights to determine the constitutionality of abortion, gun control, campaign finance reform, the death penalty, and other hot-button topics. After sparking the creation of the Federalist Party with his Constitution, he then revised his views and became the first leader of the Democratic-Republicans, pioneering the modern two-party system. Meanwhile, his wife Dolley became a major power broker in her own right, mastering unofficial channels and the politics of high society to become a vital unifying force—one that probably tipped the close presidential election of 1812. This groundbreaking joint biography traces James and Dolley’s lives apart as well as together, through war and peace, from the glories of ratification to the blunders of the 1807 embargo. Through Robert Millers intimate portraits of both husband and wife, we discover anew how these extraordinary individuals united their talents to shape and unify the fragile young nation. Buy Now to Discover: The true story of Dolley rescuing George Washington’s painting from the British. The backroom deals that made the US Constitution possible. The unique, lifelong partnership of James Madison and Thomas Jefferson. James’s bitter rivalry with Alexander Hamilton. Dolley’s role in defusing an international incident that might have led to war. Discussion of the Madisons’ views on slavery, including the oral tradition that James had an illegitimate child with one of his slaves. The major battles of the War of 1812, America’s “Second War of Independence”. Read Your Book Now Your book will be instantly and automatically delivered to your Kindle device, smartphone, tablet, and computer. FREE Bonus Book Buy The Madisons: America's First Power Couple now and receive instant access to your free Kindle ebook. Money Back Guarantee If you start reading our book and are not completely satisfied with your purchase, simply return it to Amazon within 7 days for a full refund. Go to Your Account -> Manage Your Content and Devices -> Find the Book -> Return for Full Refund. Buy Now and Read the True Story of James & Dolley Madison... Thank you in advance for buying our book. We know you'll love it!


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EBOOK SALE: Only $2.99 | Regular Price: $5.99 | Save $3.00, 50% Off | BUY NOW Price will increase to $5.99. Limited time only. Dolley and James Madison were America's original “power couple. “The nation’s most underrated Founding Father, James was everywhere in the early republic. He passed the nation’s first religious freedom law, and did more than any other man to draft EBOOK SALE: Only $2.99 | Regular Price: $5.99 | Save $3.00, 50% Off | BUY NOW Price will increase to $5.99. Limited time only. Dolley and James Madison were America's original “power couple. “The nation’s most underrated Founding Father, James was everywhere in the early republic. He passed the nation’s first religious freedom law, and did more than any other man to draft and ratify our Constitution. Even today, judges parse each word of his Bill of Rights to determine the constitutionality of abortion, gun control, campaign finance reform, the death penalty, and other hot-button topics. After sparking the creation of the Federalist Party with his Constitution, he then revised his views and became the first leader of the Democratic-Republicans, pioneering the modern two-party system. Meanwhile, his wife Dolley became a major power broker in her own right, mastering unofficial channels and the politics of high society to become a vital unifying force—one that probably tipped the close presidential election of 1812. This groundbreaking joint biography traces James and Dolley’s lives apart as well as together, through war and peace, from the glories of ratification to the blunders of the 1807 embargo. Through Robert Millers intimate portraits of both husband and wife, we discover anew how these extraordinary individuals united their talents to shape and unify the fragile young nation. Buy Now to Discover: The true story of Dolley rescuing George Washington’s painting from the British. The backroom deals that made the US Constitution possible. The unique, lifelong partnership of James Madison and Thomas Jefferson. James’s bitter rivalry with Alexander Hamilton. Dolley’s role in defusing an international incident that might have led to war. Discussion of the Madisons’ views on slavery, including the oral tradition that James had an illegitimate child with one of his slaves. The major battles of the War of 1812, America’s “Second War of Independence”. Read Your Book Now Your book will be instantly and automatically delivered to your Kindle device, smartphone, tablet, and computer. FREE Bonus Book Buy The Madisons: America's First Power Couple now and receive instant access to your free Kindle ebook. Money Back Guarantee If you start reading our book and are not completely satisfied with your purchase, simply return it to Amazon within 7 days for a full refund. Go to Your Account -> Manage Your Content and Devices -> Find the Book -> Return for Full Refund. Buy Now and Read the True Story of James & Dolley Madison... Thank you in advance for buying our book. We know you'll love it!

30 review for The Madisons: America's First Power Couple | The Life and Legacy of James & Dolley Madison

  1. 4 out of 5

    Karin

    Basic, a bit shallow, poorly edited, but it does give a good overview of the lives of the Madisons. If you are looking for an in depth look at James or Dolley, this is not your book, but if you want a quick read that hits the highlights this will do the trick. Just be prepared for some awkward syntax now and then.

  2. 5 out of 5

    Jane

    This Book is Mis-titled If there were a way to give this book two and a half stars, that’s what I would have given it because the writing is all that carried it. It had little to nothing to do with the Madisons as a couple, or what would define them as a power couple. In fact, it had little to do with Dolley Madison at all, even in the sections of the book that were (supposedly) about her. After having read this account, if there were any two people who made up the “power couple”, it was James M This Book is Mis-titled If there were a way to give this book two and a half stars, that’s what I would have given it because the writing is all that carried it. It had little to nothing to do with the Madisons as a couple, or what would define them as a power couple. In fact, it had little to do with Dolley Madison at all, even in the sections of the book that were (supposedly) about her. After having read this account, if there were any two people who made up the “power couple”, it was James Madison and Thomas Jefferson. According to this, they lived in each other’s (political) pockets from Jefferson’s return from France throughout his presidency. I’m thankful that I borrowed this book through my Kindle Unlimited account rather than having bought it outright!

  3. 4 out of 5

    Beverly Diehl

    Having just read another book on historical American women, this book caught my attention and I was curious to see how IT portrayed James & Dolley. If you want a quick overview, with a handful of details, this is a good little volume (about 200 pages). If you want something more in depth, you'll have to look elsewhere. I have been thinking about how James - one of the Founding Fathers, right, who wrote MOST of the Constitution, was a terrible Chief Executive. Dolley was apparently Miss Congeniali Having just read another book on historical American women, this book caught my attention and I was curious to see how IT portrayed James & Dolley. If you want a quick overview, with a handful of details, this is a good little volume (about 200 pages). If you want something more in depth, you'll have to look elsewhere. I have been thinking about how James - one of the Founding Fathers, right, who wrote MOST of the Constitution, was a terrible Chief Executive. Dolley was apparently Miss Congeniality, so that many people supported HER husband. I did enjoy it, and will probably read more by this author.

  4. 4 out of 5

    Linda

    I have previously enjoyed Kennedy's brief and straight forward account of historical events and found them a good way to refresh my memory. However, this one veered off into the writer's political views - I do not know if I did not pick up on it in earlier books or if this one differs in that regard. . I wanted information only as I prefer to do my own thinking and analyses. Therefore I found the book of diminished value for my purposes.

  5. 4 out of 5

    Jennifer B. Ferguson

    Amazing Story A great review of history and how the country survived its early, infant years. I really never realized the influence of Madison before his presidency. He was a smart, determined political figure with a clever, skilled wife! They weren’t perfect, but they always seemed to be committed to making the country strong!

  6. 4 out of 5

    Jennifer Burla

    Easy historical read This was an easy read that touched on many of the historical events in the early years of our country. A good read because it helps the reader gain perspective in some of the turmoil of those early years. I felt as if it skimmed the surface of our history and could have gone into more depth.

  7. 5 out of 5

    Corey Pudhorodsky

    Pretty light and easy reading but not enough Easy read and enjoyable but it wasn't really substantial enough to warrant a full book. Each chapter felt like the cliff notes or prelude to something that would get more in depth but it never came.

  8. 5 out of 5

    Carla

  9. 4 out of 5

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  11. 5 out of 5

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  18. 5 out of 5

    dale renault

  19. 5 out of 5

    Karen Lee Roberts

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  22. 5 out of 5

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    Caryn Williams

  28. 5 out of 5

    izzy rahmsahro

  29. 4 out of 5

    Karen C. Vessier

  30. 5 out of 5

    George Kenaston

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