Federalist No. 10 Outline

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Outline on Federalist No. 10 • The instability, injustice and confusion in public council are the mortal diseases in popular governments. • James Madison tells us that valuable improvement made by constitution on the popular models for both ancient and modern cannot certainly admired, but they have effectually obviated the danger. • Madison gave the explanation about complaints heard from citizens on unstable government and measures decided by superior force of interest or major parties, but not by justice and rights of minor parties. • Factions are group of people who are against the government and get united for common impulse and adverse to the rights of other citizens or permanent and aggregated interests of the community. • Madison tells …show more content…

No legislative act in which opportunity given to a predominant party to trample on the rule of justice. • According to James, because the inference that are brought, causes of faction cannot be removed and it only be sought by controlling its effects. I. If a faction consists of less than the majority, relief is supplies by the republican principle. II. Unable to execute and mask violence under the forms of the Constitution. III. Enables it to sacrifice to its ruling passion or interests both to the public and right to the citizens. • Madison added to that, “It is great desideratum by which this form of government can be rescued from the opprobrium under which it has so long labored, and recommended to adoption of mankind.” • Definition of democracy according to Madison,” A society consisting of a small number of citizens, who assemble and administer the government in person, can admit of no cure for the mischiefs of faction.” • Politicians who patronizes the species of government have reduced the mankind to a perfect equality in their political rights. • Madison explains the difference between democracy and republic. There are two main difference between them, I. First, the delegation of the government is small number of citizens elected by the

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