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Created with Fabric.js 1.4.5 Federalist Papers 10 and 51 The federalist Papers were a series of essays published in newspapers in 1787and 1788 by James Madison, Alexander Hamilton, and John Jay to promote theratification of the Constitution. Federalist paper 10 was when James Madison argued for the adoption of the constitution, it argues that a strong central government can guard against the "factionalism" of smaller republics, a board, and a strong national government that should remain non-partisan. Madison also includes the difference between a democracy and republic.Federalist paper 51 was written by Madison in 1788. He agreed that 3 separate, independent branches with the same amount of power (except the legislative branch would be bigger). Government shouldcontrol people, but also itself, and individual rights should be protected, also stated that ideal societywouldn't need government and people have ultimate power. SUMMARY 1.) Checks and balances (51) : Federalist 51 basically states that we need checks and balances in the government/constitution to make sure that everything is run fairly. 2.) Federalist Papers: Federalist Papers are a series ofessays that were published in the New York newspapers, and theirpurpose was to persuade New Yorkersto ratify the Constitution. New York atthe time was mostly anti-federalist. 3.) Dealing with the violence of faction: There are 2 ways of removing its causes, one is by taking away liberty, the other is by giving the same interests to every citizen.
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