The Federalist Papers

The Federalist Papers

  • Release Date: Jan 1st, 1788
  • Genre: Fiction & Literature
  • Available File Format: PDF - ePUB - KINDLE - MOBI - AZW
  • File Size: 2.9 MB
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The Federalist Papers are a series of 85 articles and essays written by Alexander Hamilton, James Madison, and John Jay promoting the ratification of the United States Constitution.

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    5
    By jjjjjjjjjaaaayyyyyyyyyyyyy
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  • Awesome

    5
    By PizzaEzb
    I would recommend this book to anyone who wants to know a bit more about the US!
  • 😍😍

    5
    By gyugyui
    John Jay got sick after writing five, James Madison wrote 29, Hamilton wrote, the other 51!
  • Truly amazing

    5
    By how2bereal101
    This book, while written a long time ago, does make one think about how aspects of then relate to the now. It is a very good book talking about the US Constitution, and I would recommend it to anyone who has a brain.
  • I am here because of Lafayette

    5
    By WHAT HAPPNES NEXT
    I may not live to see our glory But I will gladly join the fight And when our children tell our story They’ll tell the story of tonight Let’s have another rounds tonight Raise a glass to freedom Something they can never take away Raise a glass to the four of us Tomorrow there’ll be more of us Telling the story of tonight Oui oui mon ami je m’appelle Lafayette ❤️
  • Umm💕❤️💕

    5
    By bobert mcbobertson
    Alexander joins forces with James Madison and John Jay to write a series of essays defending the new United States constitution entitled The Federalist papers. The plan was to write a total of twenty-five essays, the work divided evenly among the three men. In the end, they wrote eighty-five essays, in the span of six months. John Jay got sick after writing five. James Madison wrote twenty-nine. Hamilton wrote the other fifty-one!!!!!! ❤️
  • Non-Stop

    5
    By Hi💃🏼
    John Jay got sick after writing Five, James Madison wrote Twenty-Nine, And Alexander Ham-Ham wrote the other FIFTY-ONE!!!!!! He sure did write like he was running out of time!!!!📝📝📝📝
  • Hamilton

    5
    By endizno
    I am the a-l-e-x-a-n-d-e-r we are meant to be!
  • Founding father w/o a father

    5
    By Mjmunch
    Great book. Enjoyed
  • Fiction?

    5
    By Zachariah76
    How can the basis for our Republic and dominance in the world be labeled as fiction?