The Papers On The Federalist Papers

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The Federalist Papers What makes America so unique compared to other countries? For starters, America has a democratic government system, thus, separating itself from the dictatorships and parliamentary systems most governments stem from today. The founding fathers were key contributors in making America what it is today as a world power and pioneer of democracy in having a country ahead of its time, with attention to grand tolerance of people involved in its politics in comparison to other countries across the world. Had it not been for a collaboration of letters published to the American public, the United States may have not been what it is today. These letters published that led to the shaping of democracy in the United States we know today were published in a book under the title The Federalist, later The Federalist Papers.
The Federalist Papers are a series of letters sent to newspapers that were later published in a book called The Federalists. These letters were written with the intent of bringing acclaim to what was then a yet to be ratified the U.S. Constitution; done so unanimously by not only of course its supporters, The Federalists, but furthermore with the inclusion the man who’s very document, the U.S. Constitution, it was procured for in ratifying, James Madison. The Federalist papers were a series of 85 essays composed by a total of three authors. All letters were signed under the alias “Publius” by eventual presidents Alexander Hamilton (52 pages) and…

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