Analytical Essay 80 Of The Federalist Papers By Alexander Hamilton

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The Federalist Papers is a collection of 85 articles and essays written by Alexander Hamilton, James Madison, and John Jay to promote the ratification of the United States Constitution. Modern day use the Federalist Papers to interpret the Constitution to look at the intentions of the framers and ratifies. This has been used on issues ranging from the power of the federal government in foreign affairs. However, there has been issues regarding the interpretation of the articles. That it is a lot of opinion that comes from the authors. However, there is a lot of truth within the articles.
Essay 80 of the Federalist Paper introduces five principles of federal judiciary authority. This essay was written by Alexander Hamilton. The essay demonstrates the use of the constitution to it. This essay describes the different federal court cases on whether to have jurisdiction over. James Madison who was one of the author states that the Federal judiciary should decide cases base on the relation of federal laws, the U.S. Constitution, the U.S. government as a party in the case, affect the “peace of the …show more content…

Hamilton argues that it is necessary for judicial power to be adjacent with legislature to ensure stability in the interpretation of nation laws. Hamilton argues that federal judiciary should include jurisdiction over cases that could lead to war. The reason is because “peace of the whole ought not to be left at the disposal of a part.” The entire country should not be at risk with war as the result of a decision made a state’s court. Hamilton states to the objection of the federal judiciary having authority over issues of equity, loans and financial obligations. He argues that it is likely to have cases to arise and involve other states or foreigners, making it necessary federal

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