Madison's Federalist 39 Analysis

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The document of Madison’s federalist 39 was created about the same time as the American people won the revolutionary war (pollack 2013). Madison did not believe that a Bill of Rights was necessary, he wrote one to calm the fears of the people that believed the federal government was too powerful (Krutz 2016).” Madison’s Federalist number 39 was about the government getting all their powers from the people and run by people as well. These people who serve are also appointed by the people as well. what Madison is talking about with this form is from my understanding is that the people should be the ones with the power, so they don’t go back to how it was before winning the revolutionary war. I would have to say that I agree with Madison’s…show more content…
I Believe that the power should belong to the people of this country. We as a nation should have a say on who is president or any part of our government, we are the land of the free and if we did not have a say in who was running our country then how free would we be? The part of Madison’s number 39 that I agree with the most is, that “the president can be impeached at any time (Madison 2008).” The president holds a lot of power and is the main face of our country so if he is doing something that is a disgrace or trying to have more power then he/her has then they should be able to be impeached at any time for their actions. Madison also goes on to talk about Judges and “The tenure by which the judges are to hold their places, is, as it unquestionably ought to be, that of good behavior (Madison 2008).” I agree with this statement they also have an important job and should be held to high standers in order to keep their position as a judge. We elect these people to do a good job and expect them to do so, and it is nice to know that if we can’t count on them they will lose their position they have. The part I Like the most about Madison’s number 39 is the part where he says, “forming so many independent States, not as forming one aggregate
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