The Federalist Papers

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In the late of the 1780s, the Federalist Papers, often called the Federalists, was “a series of path-breaking essays” by James Madison, Alexander Hamilton, and John Jay (Gillon, pg.246). They wrote the Federalist Papers for defending the Constitution and explaining the federal power and government structure of republic with their logical arguments. The Federalist No. 10, which was one of essays, for example, Madison argued about the republican idea “that political factions or parties were wrong because they represented only “partial interest”…” (Gillon, pg.246). Anne Hutchinson was “a mother of seven living children and a well-respected” (Gillon, pg.64). When she became a midwife in Boston society, she started to spread her God message that
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