Alexander Hamilton's 9th Federalists

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The 9th Federalist Paper emphasizes Alexander Hamilton 's thoughts in which he states that the way the form of union was being presented by the proposed constitution was not the ideal form of union for America. He says that they need a firm union to prevent domestic faction and insurrection from happening. Hamilton includes five "improvements" in which he says that they were "either not known at all, or imperfectly understood by the ancients".These improvements include a legislative checks and balances, a separation of powers, an independent judiciary, scheme of representation, and the "enlargement of the orbit".He believed that He concludes with the fact that the use of a Confederacy is not anything new, but that it has been used in other countries

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