Madison's Impression Analysis

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Supremacy from ethnic or political groups in the sharing of common resources and unequitable distribution of resources among government departments or states results to faction formation. Therefore, Madison pointed out that the sharing of resources equitably across all territories depending on the needs of the people. The oppressed outfit may result to fighting for recognition and independence from the perceived control of the other groups or parent group. Factions can therefore be prevented by giving relevant autonomy to the various parts of a whole. Factions cause a lot of strife during their active rebellion that a solution is vital for the harmony of the government or entire nation. Madison suggests increased acknowledgement of group functions

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