Federalist Paper 10 Study Guide

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1. In Federalist Paper 10, Madison expressed concerns about factions and his desire to protect the minority (people with land) from the majority (those without). He stated that a large republic should be created so that tiny factions interest groups will have a difficult time uniting and becoming a majority that usurps the minority. Do you think this theory has withstood the test of time? Discuss instances in which it has/has not. 2. Madison argues in Federalist Paper 45 that the union would be most beneficial during times of war and danger. States would concern themselves with ordinary causes of affairs, concerns of life, liberty, and property. How can we effectively balance this school of thought with the efficiencies that standardization
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