Federalist No. 9

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'''Federalist No. 9' is an essay by Alexander Hamilton, the ninth of The Federalist Papers''.wikipedia
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Federalist No. 10

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The same subject is continued in the subsequent paper by James Madison, Federalist No. 10.
10 continues a theme begun in Federalist No. 9 and is titled "The Utility of the Union as a Safeguard Against Domestic Faction and Insurrection".

The Federalist Papers

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9' is an essay by Alexander Hamilton, the ninth of The Federalist Papers''. It was published on November 21, 1787 under the pseudonym Publius, the name under which all The Federalist papers were published.

Alexander Hamilton

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9' is an essay by Alexander Hamilton, the ninth of The Federalist Papers''.

Pseudonym

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It was published on November 21, 1787 under the pseudonym Publius, the name under which all The Federalist papers were published.

James Madison

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The same subject is continued in the subsequent paper by James Madison, Federalist No. 10.

Federalist No. 51

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Similar to Federalist No. 51, this paper emphasizes the importance of establishing a system of checks and balances in order to ensure that the government is intact and operating smoothly.

Anti-Federalism

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9 is Hamilton's response to the common Anti-Federalist argument based on the theories of Montesquieu, who wrote famously in his The Spirit of the Laws that "it is natural to a republic to have only a small territory, otherwise it cannot long subsist."

Montesquieu

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9 is Hamilton's response to the common Anti-Federalist argument based on the theories of Montesquieu, who wrote famously in his The Spirit of the Laws that "it is natural to a republic to have only a small territory, otherwise it cannot long subsist."

The Spirit of the Laws

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9 is Hamilton's response to the common Anti-Federalist argument based on the theories of Montesquieu, who wrote famously in his The Spirit of the Laws that "it is natural to a republic to have only a small territory, otherwise it cannot long subsist."

Shays' Rebellion

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The reason that this was believed to be a significant component was because of Shays' Rebellion.

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In Federalist Papers No. 9 and No. 10, Alexander Hamilton and James Madison, respectively, wrote specifically about the dangers of domestic political factions.

United States presidential primary

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In Federalist Papers No. 9 and No. 10, Alexander Hamilton and James Madison, respectively, wrote specifically about the dangers of domestic political factions.

Index of philosophical literature

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In Federalist Papers No. 9 and No. 10, Alexander Hamilton and James Madison, respectively, wrote specifically about the dangers of domestic political factions.