The Federalist Papers: Ratification Of The US Constitution

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The Federalist Papers The Federalist papers consists of 85 essays written in the late 1780s by James Madison, Alexander Hamilton and John Jay. The three authors published it in New York newspapers under the name “Publius” to persuade its citizens to ratify the new U.S constitution. These essays argued in support for the ratification of the new U.S constitution by __________________________________. There are 3 well known federalist papers which are no. 10, no. 45 and no. 51. In this essay, I will describe the specific purposes for each of these 3 federalist papers. Federalists No. 10 Federalist no. 10 is the tenth of the federalist papers written by James Madison.
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