Federalist Papers Purpose To Ratify The Constitution

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The Federalist Papers were a collection of essays in support of the ratification of the Constitution. The writers of the papers tried to stay anonymous, but people soon figured that writers were James Madison, Alexander Hamilton, and John Jay. The authors didn’t want to put their names on their works, because they wanted to keep their identity hidden, so that people would take their argument form an objective point of view rather than a subjective view due to their personalities. The Federalist Papers worked at their main objective to ratify the Constitution. It was important that all states ratified the Constitution, especially Virginia and New York. It was so important that Virginia ratify the Constitution, because they were the largest state

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