The Federalist: Or, The New Constitution
The Federalist Papers, written by Alexander Hamilton, James Madison, and John Jay, brilliantly defend what was in their day a revolutionary charter--the constitution of the United States. The Federalist Papers explain the complexities of a constitutional government--its political structure and principles based on the inherent rights of man. Scholars have long regarded this work as a milestone in political science and a classic of American political theory.
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xIV OBJECTIONs to THE PRoposed CoNSTITUTION FROM
THE INSUFFICIENCY of THE PRESENT ConFEDERATION
THE IN SUFFICIENCY of THE PRESENT Confeder ATION
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