Federalist Paper #10
Analysis of James Madison's discussion of the Union in Federalist Paper #10.
# 55307 | 1,493 words | 2 sources | MLA | 2005 |
Published on Jan 26, 2005 in Political Science (Lobbyists and Pressure Groups) , Political Science (Political Theory) , Law (Constitution) , Political Science (U.S. Federal Politics)
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This paper explains why the author finds Madison's arguments about how the Union could be effective in controlling the factions of a nation, convincing. The paper summarizes Madison's definition of the problem, i.e., how to control the factions of a nation, the two methods Madison outlines for dealing with such a problem, Madison's argument for one method over the other, and Madison's suggestions for dealing with the consequences of factions within a nation. The paper points out how Madison's arguments won over support for the ratification of the Constitution as a way of securing government by representation and that they would have influenced the author's decision to ratify the Constitution as well.
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