The Federalist 10: Defending The Ratification Of The Constitution

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The Federalist 10 was produced on November 22, 1787 and was written by James Madison. James Madison was the 4th President of The United States and is the author of the Federalist 10. Madison wrote the Federalist 10 to directly defend the ratification of the Constitution and in it he mainly focuses on factions and why we need them. Factions are groups of people with different opinions and even though they seem bad, Madison proved that we need them. In the Federalist 10 he states that there are two ways to remove faction one being we take away liberty or two becoming a communist society, and by doing that we would no longer be a democracy. Madison was right about this because having liberty means you have your own opinion and your own voice

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