At 32 years old, King is not only one of the youngest representatives present in Philadelphia but also one of the most important. He was also rated as one of the best orators and attended all meetings. Although he came to the Conference thinking that there could be no major change in the Articles of Confederation, his opinion changed through the debate. Along with Madison, he led the side of the Federalists. Just a nurse who loves dog poster. He made outstanding contributions to joining the Committee on Postponed Affairs and the Style Committee. His notes on the process of taking place at the Conference are valuable to historians.