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James Madison wrote the Bill of Rights.

He later became the United State's fourth president.

James Madison was also a representative he gave these bill of rights so people can know what they can and cannot do and what people can do to them with warrants and how people can own stuff or how people don't have to let soldiers in there house.

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According to Historians, President George Washington is recognized as having written nine of the ten amendments that constituted the Bill of Rights.

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