Pros And Cons Of Federalist No. 10

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James Madison’s Federalist No. 10 is a persuasive argument that warns of the dangers of having different “factions,” which can be interpreted as political parties. The main issue he sees with having such entities is the fact that they can detract from the rights of other people, solely because they have taken power. He continues by offering potential cures for the complication, one being to demolish the freedoms that allow them to exist, which would be a disaster. Second, he states that another way to combat the dilemma would be to give all people the same beliefs, however such an endeavor would be impossible. The author definitely foresaw what would become one of the greatest obstacles facing the United States. The benefits of a system including

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