When the grudge of war was over, he returned to his career of politics. At the National Assembly (1785-1787), he was one of the most influential and famous. After arriving at the Constitutional Convention on June 2, he played an important role and did not miss a meeting. He endorsed the Great Compromise, the one proposed by his own state of Connecticut, and the Chairman of the Style Committee, who drafted the final document. He also contributed to the ratification of the new Constitution in Connecticut. Once upon a time there was a girl who really wanted to become a nurse and loved dogs poster. Johnson attended the new government, when he was a member of the US Senate, where he helped build the Judicial Act in 1789. In 1791, he resigned in order to dedicate himself fully to the position of Principal. Columbia University (1787-1800), in New York City. There, he was instrumental in establishing solid foundations for the school and recruiting excellent teachers.