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Monday, September 10, 2012

Federalist 10 and 51

Read Federalist 10

and

Federalist 51

Answer the following questions:
Questions on Madison's Federalist Number 10:
1. What are factions, according to Madison and where does he write of them?
2. What are the causes of faction, according to Madison?
3. What is the primary object of government, according to Madison?
4. Where do the rights of property originate, according to Madison?
5. What is the most common and durable source of faction, according to Madison?
6. How could we cure the "mischiefs of faction," according to Madison? Why are these remedies worse than the disease, according to Madison?
7. What is Madison's solution for controlling the effects of factions?
8. What is a republic, what is a pure democracy, and how do they differ?
9. How does a republic inhibit the effects of factions, according to Madison?

Questions on Madison's Federalist Number 51
10. What are the three branches of government?
11. Which branch did Madison think would be the weakest?
12. Which methods does Madison suggest to check the powers of government?
13. How is the separation of powers between the three branches assured?
14. Give two examples of the "checks and balances" in the U.S. constitutional system.
15. Which branch appears as an exception to the separation of powers norm? Why is this exception not dangerous?
16. What is federalism?
17. What are the two great advantages of federalism, according to Madison?
18. What is the "end" (supreme goal) of government, according to Madison?
You have until Sunday September 16 at 11:59pm.  Yoiu do NOT have to respond to another, just answer the questions yourself.

79 comments:

  1. Madison's Federalist Number 10:
    1. According to James Madison, a faction is a group of citizens who are united and driven
    by some common interests and not caring of the rights of other citizens. He writes of
    them in paragraph four of Article 10 of the Federalists Articles.
    2. According to Madison, the causes of factions are complaints that are shared by a group of
    people.
    3. The primary object of government, according to Madison, is that the mistakes we make
    help keep government together.
    4. The rights of property originate in the republican government according to Madison.
    5. According to Madison the most common and durable source of factions has been the
    various and unequal distribution of property.
    6. Removing its causes and controlling its effects are ways to cure factions. Destroying the
    liberty and giving citizens the same options are two more ways to cure factions.
    7. From the protection of different and unequal faculties of acquiring property, the
    possession of different degrees and kinds of property immediately results; and from the
    influence of these on the sentiments and views of the respective proprietors, ensues a
    division of the society into different interests and parties.
    8. The difference is that in a republic, the government is run by representatives who rule
    based on what the people think while a democracy is where the people rule themselves.
    9. According to Madison, the republic inhibits the effects of factions because
    representatives whose enlightened views and virtuous sentiments render them superior to
    local prejudices and schemes of injustice.

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  2. Madison's Federalist Number 51:
    10. The three branches of govt. are the legislative, judicial, and executive branches.
    11. Madison thought that the judicial branch would be the weakest.
    12. The methods madison suggested to check the powers of govt. was that he argued for separation of powers. No governmental branch should be involved with the appointment of the others.
    13. The separation of powers between the three branches are assured by checks and balances.
    14. Two examples of the "checks and balances" in the U.S. constitutional system is 1.The executive branch can veto bills from the legislative, but 2.The legislative can override the veto.
    15. The legislative branch appears as an exception to the separation of powers norm but none of the three branches of the federal government is "an exception" to the separation of powers. All three branches are equal.
    16. Federalism is a system of government in which a written constitution divides power between a central government and regional or sub-divisional governments.
    17. Two great advantages of federalism, according to Madison is first, in a single republic all of the power is given directly to one government, which is divided into separate departments. Second, government must not only guard against oppression of rulers, but to guard against the oppression of the majority.
    18. The "end" (supreme goal) of government, according to Madison he states in the Federalist 51 that "justice is the end of government".

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  3. 1.Madison says a faction is a group of citizens having the same interest or passion, that is different from other citizens views. He writes about them immediately after the large introductory paragraph.
    2.Madison says that factions are caused by the different circumstances of civil society, meaning wherever there's a disagreement over something factions will emerge.
    3.The primary object of government, as Madison says, is to "securepublic good and private rights against the danger of such a faction".
    4.Madison says that property rights come from "The diversity in the faculties of men, from which the rights of property originate"
    5. Madison says "Liberty is to faction what air is to fire, an aliment without which it instantly expires.". Meaning that as long as humanity can speak its mind factions will always be there.
    6. Madison says we may cure the "mischiefs of faction" by destroying liberty or making everyone have the same interests thoughts or opinions. These are worse because liberty is necessary in some degree for politics, and the second would be absurd to even try to accomplish.
    7. Madison's solution for controlling the effects of factions is establishing a repulic as government.
    8. A republic is a type of government where citizens elect representatives for them. A pure democracy is where citizens assemble and choose what their society needs themselves. The difference is the size of government, and the first's ability to govern a large country.
    9. A republic inhibits the effects of factions by "will be more difficult for unworthy candidates to practice with success the vicious arts by which elections are too often carried", and that a republic can guard against the "cabals" of a few while controlling a large group.

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  4. 1. According to Madison fractions are groups of citizens “arising from the unequal distribution of property or wealth”. He talks about them right after the intro paragraph.

    2.The causes of fraction according to Madison are liberty and the differences in opinions.

    3.The primary object of Gov. will be to “secure the public good and private rights against the danger of such a faction, and at the same time to preserve the spirit and the form of popular government.”

    4.According to Madison the right of property originate from the diversity of faculties of men.

    5.The most common and durable source of fraction to Madison is the unequal distribution of property.

    6.To cure the mischiefs of fraction we will need to give every person the same options and the same interests.

    7.I don’t understand this question, but I think is by the majority rule?

    8.A republic is a “form of government that derives its power, directly or indirectly from the people, in other words people select rep. to make the laws.
    • Direct Democracy-People themselves make the laws.
    • They differ by one people making the laws and the other by selecting someone to make the laws for them.

    9.By representatives who carry different points of views or fractions.

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  5. 10.The three branches of government are the executive, legislative and judiciary.
    11.Madison says that the executive branch will be the weakest.
    12.Madison suggests that to check the powers of government you must "giving to those who administer each department the necessary constitutional means and personal motives to resist encroachments of the others".
    13.The seperation of powers is assured by adoping federalism, in which each branch wpuld have its own duties under the constitution.
    14.Two examples are 1.
    The President is the commander-in-chief of the army and the navy, but only Congress can declare war.2 The Supreme Court can declare presidential acts unconstitutional
    15. The branch that is an exception is the legislative branch. This is not dangerous because the legislature may be divided into other branches as to put a hobble on its power.
    16. Federalism is a political system in which different governments(state, national, etc) defer some powers and retain some to themselves alone.
    17. The two great advantages are increased govermnet control of other governmentts ( legislative, judicial,etc), and that society will be seen as a whole not just the one majority.
    18. Madison says that justice is the main goal of government.

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  6. 1. Factions according to Madison, are "a number of citizens" who can relate and have something in common, and act by the impulse of something they all like; being selfish & not caring about other people. He wrote them on Article 10 in the 2-4th paragraphs.
    2. The causes of faction according to Madison, are disagreements in between a group of people.
    3. The primary object of government, according to Madison is to protect & defend the rights of citizens.
    4. According to Madison, the rights of people originate in the republican government and in the faculties of men.
    5. According to Madison, the most common & durable source of faction are the various & unequal distribution of property.
    6. We can cure the "mischiefs of faction" by giving all the citizens the same opinions in interests or don't give liberty. These remedies are worse because every individual needs liberty to be able to live with commodities.
    7. Madison's solution for controlling the effects of factions are by majority rule.
    8. A republic is a government that is ran by representatives who rule on what people want and think. Democracy is ran by people who rule themselves.
    9. A republic inhibits the effects of factions, according to Madison, by people who represent others carrying the same thoughts beliefs and point of view.

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  7. 10. The three branches of government are the Executive, Legislative, and judicial branches.
    11. Madison thought the Legislative branch was the weakest.
    12. Madison suggests that to check the powers of government they should use separation of powers.
    13. Separation of powers between the three branches are assured by the system of checks and balances.
    14. Two examples of the "checks and balances" in the U.S. constitutional system, are:
    -1.If a Legislative branch makes a law, but the president doesn't agree, the law will be vetoed.
    -2.If a Legislative branch and an Executive branch agree on a bill, but the Judicial branch doesn't, the bill gets vetoed as well.
    15. The Legislative branch appears as an exception to the separation of powers norm. This exception is not dangerous because the 3 branches have the same amount of power.
    16. Federalism is when two or more governments have the same powers on the same area.
    17. Two great advantages of federalism, according to Madison, are:
    -1. A community can create a will independent of the society.
    -2. There will be more power in the Branches over the government.
    18. The "end" (supreme goal) of government, according to Madison is justice.

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  8. madison: the federalist #10
    1.)Factions are like political parties with all the people in that group believing in a cause thats why they are together.Madison talks about this after the introduction paragraph.
    2.)Madison says that the cause of factions is when people dont agree with something and cant agree at all what so ever.
    3.)THe primary objective of the government according to Madison is "securepublic good and private rights against the danger of such a faction".
    4.)Madison said that said that the rights of property originate from the diversity in the faculties of men.
    5.)Madison says that the most common and durable source of factions per Madison has been the various and unequal distribution of property.
    6.)Removing its causes and controlling its effects are ways to cure factions."There are again two methods of removing the causes of faction: the one, by destroying the liberty which is essential to its existence; the other, by giving to every citizen the same opinions, the same passions, and the same interests."
    7.)Madisons answer to controlling the factions and the effects of it was to build a republican government.
    8.)A republic is a political system or form of government in which people elect representatives to exercise power they have, a pure democracy is a form of democracy in which the people exercise direct power instead of electing representatives to govern on their behalf. They are different bacause in a republic some one represents you and in a democracy you have the power.
    9.)Madison said that the republic inhibits the effects of factions because
    representatives whose enlightened views and virtuous sentiments render them superior to
    local prejudices and schemes of injustice.



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  9. 10. The three branches of government are the executive, legislature, and judiciary branch.
    11. Madison believed that the weakest branch would be the judiciary branch.
    12. Madison suggest to check the power of government is to divide the legislatures into different branches.
    13. The separation of powers between the three branches is assured through checks and balances.
    14. Two examples of the "checks and balances" in the U.S. constitutional system are
    1. The president can veto congressional legislation.
    2. The court can declare laws unconstitutional.
    15. The branch that appears as an exception to the separation of powers norm is the Judiciary branch. This exception is not dangerous because they cannot originate laws only interpret certain court cases.
    16. Federalism is a system of government were government is central but is divided through the states.
    17. According to Madison two great advantages of federalism are
    1 That the different government will control each other at the same time that each will be controlled by itself.
    2. The society will be broken into many parts, interest, and classes of citizens.
    18. According to Madison justice is the end of government.

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  10. 1 James Madison says that faction is a group of citizens that don't care about other citizens rights. He writes about factions in paragraph four in article 10. On the federalists articles.
    2 According to Madison the cause of faction is cause by groups that interests are opposed to the rights of others of the community.
    3 The primary object of government according to Madison is the errors we make help our government stay united
    4 According to Madison rights of property originate in the republican government
    5 Madison says the most commmon and durable source of faction are the varying distribution of property.
    6 To remove its causes and controlling the effects is the remedy. To destroy the liberty and to give citizens the same option are the two ways to cure factions.
    7 Madison's solution to control the effects of factions are by majority rule.
    8 Republic Govenrmetn is run by representatives that are rule on what the people think or say. Democracy is the people rule.
    9 Madison says that republic inhibits the effects of factions because

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  11. federalist #51
    10.) The three branches of government are the Legislative branch,Executive branch, and Judicial branch.
    11.)Madison thought that the brach that would be the weakest would be the Judicial branch.
    12.)Madison suggested the method of checks and balances.
    13.).The seperation of powers is assured by adoping federalism that says each branch would have its own jobs under the constitution.
    14.)One example would be that the Supreme Court can declare presidential acts unconstitutiona, and The president can veto congressional legislation.
    15.)Legislative, None of the three branches of the federal government is an exception to the separation of powers. All three branches are the same.
    16.)federalism Political system which lets the US under a central government to maintain a measure of independence.
    17.)The two great advantages of federalism according to Madison are in a single republic all of the power is given directly to one government, which is divided into separate departments. The second one is government must not only guard against oppression of rulers, but to guard against the oppression of the majority.
    18.)The end of the sepreme government is to have Justice.

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  12. 1.) According to madison, factions are group of citizens with the same interests and goals. He writes about factions after the introduction.

    2.) The cause of factions, according to Madison, is due to the disagreement of other's opinions.

    3.) According to Madison, the primary object of government is to protect public goods from the dangers of factions.

    4.) The rights of property originated from the Republican government.

    5.) The most common and durable source of faction is ones liberty.

    6.) We can cure the "mischiefs of faction" by getting everyone to agree on the same ideas. These remedies are worse than the disease because this gets rid of liberty.

    7.) Madison's solution to control fractions was to establish a republic government.

    8.) A pure democracy is where the citizens, themselfs, all agree what's best for their society. A republic is where the people elect someone to represent them. The difference is how many people are making the decisions for the society.

    9.) A republic inhibits the effects of factions by having multiple representatives with different ideas.

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  13. 10.) The three branches of government are the executive, legislative, and judicial.

    11.) Madison thought the executive branch would be the weakest of the three.

    12.) Madison suggested the method of sepration of powers.

    13.) The separation of powers is assured between the 3 branches under federalism, and checks and balances.

    14.) Two examples of checks and balances" are: 1. The supreme court can decide if a presidential action is against the constitution. 2. The executive branch is able to veto bills.

    15.) The branch that appears as an exception is the legislative branch because it shares power with its own separate branches.

    16.) Federalism is where power is shared or divided between the central government and states.

    17.) Two great advantages of federalism, according to Madison, are preventing one government from getting to powerful and federal laws can be written and enforced within the states.

    18.) According to Madison the "end" of government starts with justice.

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  14. 1. Factions, according to Madison, are people or a group of people who are united and actually believe in the same passion and he writes about them in the 2nd paragraph.
    2. The causes of faction according Madison is basically a disagreement between people depending on the different circumstances of civil society.
    3.The primary object of government is to secure public good and private rights against the danger of such faction.
    4.The rights of property originate from the diversity in the faculties of men.
    5.The most common and durable source of faction is the various and unequal distribution of property.
    6.We can cure the "mischiefs of faction by either "destroying the liberty" or by "giving to every citizen the same opinion, the same passions, and the same interests." These remedies are worse than the disease because "an aliment without can instantly expire" which means it can instantly crash and burn.
    7. in order to control the effects of faction is to build a republican governement according to Madison.
    8. A republic is a government in which the scheme of representation takes place, a pure democracy is a "society consisting of a small number of citizens who assemble the government in person", and they are different by the "delegation of the government to a small number of citizens elected by the rest and second the greater number of citizens.
    9. A republic inhibits the effects of factions by making it more difficult for unworthy candidates to practice with success and also by representatives are raised to a certain number and are limited.

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  15. 10.The three branches of government are legislative,executive, and judicial.
    11. Madison thought that the weakest branch was the judicial branch.
    12. The method that Madison suggest to check the powers of government is to have seperation of powers and have a will of its own.
    13. The seperation of power between the three branches is assured by checks and balances.
    14. The 2 examples:
    1) The president nominates judges.
    2) The court can declare presidential acts unconstitutional.
    15. The branch that appears to be an excpetion to the seperation of powers is the legislative and its not really dangerous because it doesnt is not really attached strongly to the other departments.
    16. Federalism is a type of government in which a written constitution divides power between central and sub-divisonal governments.
    17. One great advantage is that all the power surrendered by the people is submitted to administration of a single government and the other advantage is the majority be united by a common interest.
    18. The "end" of government according to Madison is Justice.

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  16. Madison's Federalist #10:

    1. Factions are a majority or minority of people united together by some common interest who doesn't care for the rights of other people. He writes about factions after the first paragraph.

    2. The causes of factions depends on the "different circumstances of civil society."

    3. The primary object of government is that the it should protect the liberties and everything that entails with man being able to form opinions.

    4. The rights of property originated from the "diversity in the faculties of men".

    5. The most common and durable source of factions is the unequal distribution of property.

    6. The two methods of "curing the mischiefs of faction" are removing the causes or controlling its effects. The first remedy is worse than the disease because you would have to abolish liberty. The second remedy is "as impracticable as the first would be unwise." As for the second remedy, Madison says that as long as "the reason of man continues fallible", different opinions would be formed.

    7. Madison's solution for controlling the effects of factions is by establishing a republican government.

    8. A republic is a government in which there is representation of the people. Pure democracy is when a "small number of citizens assemble and administer the government in person". The differences between a republic and a pure democracy are the representative of the government, and the greater number of the citizens.

    9. In a republic, the representatives are limited to a certain few people to "guard against the cabals of a few". The limited number of representative could guard against the confusion of a multitude. Each representative are chosen by the citizens, so it would be difficult for "unworthy candidates" to become a representative.

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  17. #10

    1. According to Madison factions are "number of citizens, whether amounting to a majority or a minority of the whole, who are united and actuated by some common impulse of passion, or of interest" and that is written after the introduction paragraph.

    2. The cause of factions are when a group of citizens disagree.

    3. According to Madison the primary object of government is that mistakes we make help keep government together.

    4. Rights of property according to Madison "The diversity in the faculties of men, from which the rights of property originate".

    5. The most common and durable source according to Madison "But the most common and durable source of factions has been the various and unequal distribution of property."

    6. According to Madison we can cure the "mischief" by "by removing its causes; the other, by controlling its effects." the remedies are worse than the disease " by destroying the liberty which is essential to its existence; the other, by giving to every citizen the same opinions, the same passions, and the same interests."

    7. Establishing a republic government was Madison's solution for controlling the effects of factions.

    8. A republic government is when government has representatives and they go by what people think but a pure democracy is when the people rule themselves.

    9. According to Madison it's representatives with different points of views.

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  18. Madison's Federalist #51:

    10. The three branches of the government are the executive, legislative, and judiciary branch.

    11. The executive branch of the government would be the weakest.

    12. Madison suggests "giving to those who administer each department the necessary constitutional means and personal motives to resist encroachments of the others" to check the powers of the government.

    13. The separation of the three powers is assured through the adoption of a republican government.

    14. Examples of checks and balances:
    - If the president doesn't agree with a bill, he can veto it.
    - Even though the President is the commander-in-chief of the army, only Congress can declare war.

    15. The legislative branch is the exception of the separation of powers norm. The exception isn't dangerous because the power is divided into sub branches.

    16. Federalism is when different types of governments like state government and national government share some powers but also retain some of its own.

    17. The first great advantage of federalism is that the power that the people gave up is united under a single government which is then divided into three branches. The second advantage is that it guard against the oppression of rulers and one part of society against the injustice of another.

    18. The supreme goal of government is justice.

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  19. #51

    10. The three branches of government are executive, judicial, and legislative.

    11. Madison thought that the weakest branch would be the judicial branch.

    12. The separation of powers.

    13. Checks and Balances assured the separation of powers.

    14. One example is a court can say that a presidential act is unconstitutional and another is the president has the right to veto a law.

    15. All branches are equal but the legislative branch appears as an exception.

    16. There is a central government but it is also divided among the states.

    17. Two great advantages of federalism according to Madison is the first one "In a single republic, all the power surrendered by the people is submitted to the administration of a single government; and the usurpations are guarded against by a division of the government into distinct and separate departments." and the second "In the compound republic of America, the power surrendered by the people is first divided between two distinct governments, and then the portion allotted to each subdivided among distinct and separate departments."

    18. The "end" of government is justice.

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  20. 1) According to Madison factions are a number of citizens that are united by a common impulse of passion that harm the rights of other citizens. This is seen written after Madison's introduction.

    2) The causes of faction are people having a great enthusiasm for opinions concerning religion, government, and many other points.

    3) The primary object of government is to protect the rights of citizens, and still be able to form opinions.

    4) The rights of property originate from the "diversity in the faculties of men."

    5) The most common and durable source of factions is has been the various and unequal distribution of property.

    6) According to Madison, two methods of removing the causes of faction are by destroying liberty or by giving to every citizen the same opinions.

    7) Madison's solution for controlling the effects of factions is to build a republican government.

    8) A republic is a government in which the scheme of representation takes place, and a pure democracy is a society consisting of a small number of citizens who administer the government in a person. The difference between these two is the delegation of the government and the greater number of citizens.

    9) The republic inhibits the effects of factions by representatives having different opinions.

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  21. 10) The three branches of government are the legislative, judicial, and executive branch.

    11) Madison thought that the executive branch would be the weakest.

    12) The method that Madison suggested to check the powers of the government was to have separation of powers.

    13) The separation of powers between the three branches is assured by the system of checks and balances.

    14) One example of the "checks and balances" in the U.S. constitutional system is the executive branch can veto bills. Another example would be that regardless of the fact that the President is commander in chief of the army, only Congress can declare war.

    15) The legislative branch appears as an exception to the separation of powers norm. This exception is not dangerous because the power in the legislative can be divided into more branches.

    16) Federalism is a system in which power is shared and divided between the central government and states.

    17) One of the advantages of federalism is that the power of the people is put under one government that is divided into three branches. The other advantage would be that government will not only guard against the oppression of rulers, but the oppression of the majority.

    18.) According to Madison, the supreme goal of government is justice.

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  22. Federalist's Papers #10
    1) James Madison says that faction is a group of citizens that agree upon something and share the same beliefs such as not caring for the rights of others.

    2) According to Madison the cause of faction is the cause of the people's disagreements in a society.

    3) To Madison the primary object in Government was that the errors we make, help our government stay united.

    4) According to Madison, rights of property originate in "the diversity in the faulties of men."

    5) Madison said the most commmon and durable source of faction are the unequal distribution of property.

    6) Two ways to remove factions are to remove its causes and controlling the effects, and to destroy the liberty and to give citizens the same options.

    7) Madison's solution to control the effects of factions is to use majority rule.

    8) Republic Government is run by representatives that rule on what the people think or say.

    9 Madison said that republic inhibits the effects of factions because there are less representatives.

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  23. Federalist Papers #51

    10) The three branches of Government are the legislative, judicial, and executive branch.

    11) Madison thought that the weakest branch would be the Executive.

    12) Madison suggested that we use Separation of Powers in order to to check the powers of the government.

    13) The Separation of powers between the three branches is assured by the system of checks and balances.

    14) One example of the "checks and balances" in the U.S. constitutional system is the executive branch can veto bills. Another would be that the Supreme Court can declare presidential acts unconstitutional.

    15) The legislative branch appears as an exception to the separation of powers. It's not dangerous because the power in the legislative can be divided into more branches.

    16) Federalism is a system in which power is shared and divided among the central government and states.

    17) One of the advantages of federalism is that the power of the people is put under one government that is divided into three branches. Another would be that government can not only guard against the oppression of rulers, but guard against the oppression of the majority.

    18.) To Madison the supreme goal of government is justice.

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  24. 1)Factions are people united together by some common interest who do not care for the rights of other people. Madison writes about this in article 10 of the Federalists Articles.
    2)According to madison the causes of faction a disagreement between people. "different circumstances of civil society."
    3)The primary object for the government is that it should protect the liberties, and also secure private rights
    4)The rights of property originated from the "diversity in the faculties of men".
    5)The most common and durable source of factions is the unequal distribution of property.
    6)The two methods of "curing the mischiefs of faction" are removing the causes or controlling its effects. "destroying the liberty" or "giving to every citizen the same opinion, the same passions, and the same interests." These remedies are worse than the disease because you would have to abolish liberty.
    7)Madison established a republican government as a solution to control the effects of factions.
    8)A republic is a state in which supreme power is held by the people and their elected representatives, and which has an elected or nominated president and a pure democracy is were the power to govern lies directly in the hands of the people rather than being exercised through their representatives.
    9) A republic inhibits the effects of factions by making it more difficult for unworthy candidates to practice with success and also by representatives are raised to a certain number and are limited.



    10) The government branches are legislative, judicial and executive.
    11) Madison believed that the judicial branch would be the weakest.
    12) Madison suggested the "separation of powers".
    13)The 3 branches were assured separation of powers through check and balances.
    14)The executive branch can veto bills from the legislative, but The legislative can override the veto. and congress controls the budget.
    15) it would be the legislative branch.
    16) Federalism is the system of government.
    17)Two great advantages of federalism, according to Madison, are preventing one government from getting to powerful and federal laws can be written and enforced within the states.
    18) according to Madison justice is the "end of government".

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  25. 1)After Madison's introduction, he states that factions are a number of citizens who are united and share common beliefs that leave out the rest of the citizens.

    2)The causes of faction is in "the nature of man", it is based on everyones different opinions concerning religion, goverment, and many other points.

    3)The primary object in goverment is to secure the rights of citizens but still be able to produce a popular goverment.

    4)According to Madison the rights of property orginate from the "diversity in the faculties of men."

    5)The most common and durable faction is the various and unequal distribution of property.

    6)We could cure the "mischiefs of faction" by by destroying liberty or making everyone have the same beliefs. These are worse than diseases because liberty is necessary for politics, and the second would be difficult to even try to accomplish.

    7)Madison's solution to control the effects of factions is to build a republican goverment.

    8)A republic is a government in which the scheme of representation takes place and a pure democracy is a "society consisting of a small number of citizens who assemble the government in person." They are different by the delegation of the government and the greater number of citizens.

    9)Republic inhibits the effects of factions by the different opinions/beliefs of the representatives.

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  26. 10)The three goverment branches are the judicial, legislative and the executive.

    11) Madison believed that the judicial branch would be the weakest.

    12)In order to check the powers of goverment, Madison suggested to use the "Seperation of Powers."

    13)The seperation of power of the three branches are assured by the checks and balances.

    14)One example of the "checks and balances" in the U.S. constitutional system is the executive branch can veto bills. Another example can also be that the Supreme Court can declare
    presidential acts unconstitutional.

    15)The branch that is an exception to the separation of powers norm is the Judiciary branch. This exception is not dangerous because they can only interpret certain court cases but not orginate laws.

    16)Federalism is the system of goverment.

    17)The two advantages of federalism are preventing one government from getting to powerful and federal laws can be written and enforced within the states.

    18)The "end" (supreme goal) of government is Justice, according to Madison.

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  27. 1) Factions are citizens,"wheter a majority or a minority of a whole,who are united by a common impulse or passion of interest in others citizens rights" according to Madison,he speaks of them in the first paragraph after introduction.
    2) The causes of faction are "thus sown in the natue of man and their different degress of activity" such as the concerning in opinions of religion and government.
    3) The primary objective of government is to protect the "different an unequal faculties of aquiring property."
    4) The rights of property originate from the the "diversity in the falculties in men."
    5) The most common and durable source of faction "has been the various and unequal distribution of property."
    6) We can cure the mischiefs of faction
    according to Madison by "destroying liberty and by given the same options to every citizen same passion and interest."these remidies are worse than a disease because "liberty is essential to political life and man if continues fallible and he is at liberty to exercie it,different opinions will be formed."
    7) Madison's solution for controlling the effects of factions is to create a republic government.
    8) A republic is "where a scheme of representatives takes place and opens to different prospect" and a pure democracy is "a common passion or interest will felt by the majority of the whole."they differ because of the amount representation of government and their capability of governing the citizens.
    9) A republic inhibits the effects of factions by having representatives to express their
    concerns,thougths and similar ideas.
    10) The three branches of goverment are the legislative,executive,and judicial.
    11) Madison believe that the weakest branch would be the executive.
    12) Madison suggest to check the powers of government by "giving to those who administer each branch department the neccessary constitutional means."
    13)The seperation of powers between the three branches is assured by "the principle of the federal system."
    14) Two examples of checks and balances are: president is commander of the army however congress has to declared war. And the president can veto bills.
    15) The branch that appears as an exception to the seperation of powers is the legislative this expection is not dangerous because all the powers are divided into the three branches.
    16) Federalism is two or more forms of government having authority.
    17) The two great advantages of federalism are: theirs no administration of a single government. And double security to the rights of the people,because government will control each other.
    18) The end of government according to Madison is"justice."

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  28. 1) According to Madison a fraction is a group of citizens who share the same ideas and interests. He mentions them after the introductory paragraph.
    2) According to Madison factions are caused when peoples opinions differ, disagree.
    3) According to Madison, the primary object of government is "to secure the public good and private rights."
    4) According to Madison the rights of property originate from "the diversity in the faculties of men."
    5) According to Madison, the most common and durable source of faction is liberty.
    6) According to Madison we can cure the "mischiefs of faction" by destroying liberty and "by giving to every citizen the same opinions..." these are worse because liberty is "essential" to the nourishment of political life.
    7) Madison's solution for controlling the effects of factions was to establish a republican government.
    8) A republic is a government where in which people elect someone to represent them. A pure democracy is a government where citizens themselves run the government. The difference between these two is the delegation of the government and the greater number of citizens.
    9) A republic inhibit the effects of factions by representatives having different opinions.


    10) The three branches of government are the executive, legislative, and judicial branch.
    11) Madison thought that the weakest branch would be the executive branch.
    12) The method that Madison suggest to check power of government was to have separation of powers.
    13) The separation of power between the three branches is assured by the system of checks and balances.
    14) two examples are- the executive branch can veto bills and only congress can declare war, even though the president is commander in chief of the army.
    15) The legislative branch appears as an exception to the separation of powers norm. The exception is not dangerous because the power is divided into more branches.
    16) Federalism is a system in which power is divided and shared between the central government and states.
    17) One great advantage is that the power of the people is united under a single government that is divided into three branches, the other advantage is that it will guard against oppression of rulers and the oppression of the majority.
    18) according to Madison the supreme goal of government is justice.

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  29. Madison's Federalist #10:

    1. Madison believed that factions are groups of citizens who “arise from the unequal distribution of property or wealth”. He talks about them right after the intro paragraph.

    2. Madison stats that the causes of faction are liberty and the differences in opinions.

    3. The primary object of Gov. will be to “secure the public good and private rights against the danger of such a faction, and at the same time to preserve the spirit and the form of popular government.”

    4. According to Madison the right of property originate from the diversity of faculties of men.

    5. The most common and durable source of faction to Madison is the unequal distribution of property.

    6. To cure the mischiefs of faction, we would have to destroy liberty, and that is why it is worse then a disease.

    7. Madison's solution for controlling the effects of factions is establishing a repulic as government.

    8. A republic is a government in which there is representation of the people. Pure democracy is when a "small number of citizens assemble and administer the government in person". The differences between a republic and a pure democracy are the representative of the government, and the greater number of the citizens.

    9. A republic inhibits the effects of factions by having multiple representatives with different ideas.

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  30. Federalist #10

    1)Factions according to Madison are a "number of citizens" who are united to the same belief, meaning they dont care for the rights of other citizens. He writes of them right after his introductory paragraph.
    2)The causes of factions occur when there's disagreement between groups of people.
    3) The primary object of government, according to Madison, is that the mistakes "we" humans make help our government stay together and strong.
    4) The rights of property originate from the "diversity of the faculty of men".
    5) The most durable and common source of faction is the various and unequal distribution of "property".
    6) Two effective methods for curing faction would be to destroy the liberty that is essential to its existance and give every citizen the same opinion.
    7) Madison's solution for controlling the effects of factions is creating a republican government.
    8) A republic government is in which the scheme of representation takes place, Democracy is a society consisting of a small number of citizens. The diffence here between this two governments is the delegation of the goverment and the greater number of citizens.
    9) A republic inhabits the effect of faction by representatives who carry a different point of view.

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  31. Federalist #51

    10) The three branches of government are executive, judicial and legislative.
    11) Madison thought that the executive branch would be the weakest out of all.
    12) Separation of powers was what Madison suggested in order to check the power of government.
    13) The separation of power of the three branches is assured by the checks and balances.
    14) Two exaples of the "checks and balnces" is that the exucutive branch can veto bills, also the supreme court can declare presidential acts unconstitutional.
    15) The branch that is exeption to the separation of powers norm is the judiciary branch. This exemption is not dangerous because they can only interpret certain court cases.
    16) Federalism is power divided by two distinct goverments.
    17) Two great advantage of federalism is creating a will in the community independent of the majority itself and unite under a single goverment that is divided into three branches.
    18) According to Madison the "end" supreme goal is justice.

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  32. 1. In Madison's introduction, he speaks of factions being a group of people that share some type of common interest.
    2. Madison says that factions are caused by disagreement of ideas.
    3. The primary goal for government is to protect public goods and private rights from factions.
    4. The rights of property came from the "diversity of faculties in men".
    5. The most common and durable source of factions is the unequal property distribution.
    6. The cure for faction mischief is to destroy liberty. That goes against what a fair government stands for.
    7. Madison's solution is to form a republican government.
    8. A republic has representatives in place to govern the people. A democracy has common people directly involved in government. The difference is the delegation and the citizen population.
    9. The representatives in place will have different views from each other.

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  33. 1. Madison says factions are a group of people that share a common interest.
    2. Factions are caused by a disagreement in ideas.
    3. The primary objective of government is to "secure public goods and private rights".
    4. They originate from the diversities and faculties of men.
    5. The most common source of factions has been the distribution of properties.
    6.We can cure the "mischiefs of faction" by getting everyone to agree on the same ideas, but these remedies are worse than the disease because they gets rid of liberty and freedom.
    7. Madison believed that if he established a republic government, he would be able to control factions.
    8. Republic Government is run by representatives that rule on what the people think.
    9. A republic inhibits the effects of factions by having multiple representatives with different ideas.

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  34. 1. A faction is a group of people who all have the same common interest and don't care about anyone else's opinion's but their own. Madison talks about factions after the intro. Paragraph.
    2. The causes of faction are the different opinions whenever there's a disagreements.
    3. The primary object of govt. is to "secure the public good and private rights against such a faction".
    4. The rights of property come from the " diversities in the faculties of men".
    5. According to Madison, it is the unequal distribution of property.
    7. Madison's solution is to establish a republic as the government.
    8. A republic is where people choose a representative to represent them indirectly. A pure democracy is where people assemble and make their own decisions. The difference is one form of govt. decides for themselves and the other one doesn't.
    9. When the representatives have a different opinion then the ones they represent.
    6. We would have to give every person the same options.

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  35. 10. The 3 branches of govt. is the executive, judicial, and legislative branch. 11. Madison thought the weakest branch would be the judicial branch.
    12. Madison suggested the method seperatiob of powers to check the powers of government.
    13. The seperation of powers between the 3 branches is assured by checks and balances.
    14. 2 examples of the checks and balances would the executive branch vetoing a bill from the legislature and the legislative branch overriding the veto.
    15. The legislative branch appears to have an exception but its not dangerous because all branches are equal in power. 16. Federalism is power shared or divided between the central govt. And the States.
    18. The supreme goal of govt. According to Madison was Justice.

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  36. 10. The 3 branches of government are executive, legislative, and judicial.
    11. Madison suggested that the executive branch should be the weakest.
    12. The powers would be checked by separation of powers.
    13. Separation of powers will be assured in a republican government.
    14. Example 1: the executive branch can veto bills passed by congress. Example 2: the executive branch appoints the justices in the judicial branch, but they must be approved by Congress.
    15. The legislative branch is the exception. It isn't an issue since the branch itself branches off.
    16. Federalism is when there is more than one government sharing power to govern one nation.
    17. Federalism's advantages include the moderation of governments' power, and the branching off of the different parts of society.
    18. The supreme goal for government, according to Madison, is justice.

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  37. 10.The three branches of the government are Executive, Legislative and Judicial.

    11.Madison thought that the weakest branch was the Executive.

    12.Madison suggest the check of powers by dividing the powers, like putting them into different branches and divide the power of the states and federal government.

    13.The separations of powers are assured by the “check and balances law”

    14. Two examples of check and balances are
    • The president is commander of the army but only congress can declare war.
    • Congress can impeach the president and remove him.

    15.The branch that is not dangers is the Judicial Branch because they cannot make laws on takes some cases.

    16.Federalism is power divided into two different governments.

    17.The two great advantages of federalism according to Madison are understanding the different description of the citizens and creating an independent community.

    18.The “end” or the supreme goal of government according to Madison is JUSTICE.

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  38. Madison's federalist # 10

    1. What are fractions, according to Madison and where does he write of them?
    According to Madison fractions are citizens that are united in "some common impulse of passion, or of interest." He writes about them right after the introduction paragrah.

    2.What are the causes of fraction, according to Madison?
    According to Madison the causes of fraction are differences between an assembly of people.

    3. What is the primary object of gevernment, according to Madison?
    The primary object of government is to "secure the public good and private rights against the danger of such fraction."

    4. Where do the rights of property originate, according to Madison?
    The rights of property orginate in the faculties of men and the republican government.

    5. What is the most common and durable source of fraction, according to Madison?
    The most common and durable source of fraction is the various and unequal distribution of property.

    6. How could we cure the "mischiefs of fraction" according to Madison? Why are these remedies worse than the disease, according to Madison?
    To cure the "mischiefs of fraction" by either "destroying the liberty" or "giving to every citizen the same opinions, the same passions, and the same interest." These remedies are worse than the disease because it destroys liberty which is necessary for existence.

    7. What is Madison's solution for controlling the effects of fractions?
    Madison's solution for controlling the effects of fractions is to establish a republic government.

    8. What is a republic, what is a pure democracy, and how do they differ?
    A republic is a type of government in whic people(citizens) elect representatives. A pure democracy is when people rule and have the choice of making decisions in their society.

    9. How does a republic inhibit the effects of factions, according to Madison?
    According to Madison, a republic inhibits the effects of fractions by having representatives that have diverse points of view.

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  39. Madison's Federalist #51

    10. The three branches of government are executive, legislative,and judicial.

    11. The weakest branch of government would be the executive branch

    12. The method that Madison suggested to check the powers of government was separation of powers.

    13. The separation of power between the three branches is assured by the system called checks and balances.

    14. Thow examples of the "checks and balances" in the U.S. constitutional system are:
    1.The president can veto a congressional legislation
    2. The Supreme Court can declare presidential acts to be unconstitutional.

    15. The branch that is an exception to the separation of powers norm is the legislative branch; the exemption is not dangerous because all of the three branches are divided into departments with an equal amount of power.

    16. Federalism is a sustem of government in which the power is shared/divided between the central governmnet and states.

    17. Two great advantages of Federalism are that the government can give the power towards only one government, which is divided inkot sub-departments;one government not only guards against oppression at rulers but also guard against the oppression of the majority.

    18. The "end" or supreme goal of the government according to Madison is Justice.

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  40. 1:Factions are when groups of peopel get together,because of a common problem.
    2:The causes of factions are the different opinions peopel have.
    3:The primary object of Government will be to “secure the public good and private rights against the danger of such a faction.
    4: According to Madison the rights of property originate from "the diversity in the faculties of men."
    5:The most common and durable source of factions is the unequal distribution of property.
    6:We can cure the "mischiefs of faction" by getting everyone to agree on the same ideas.This is worse because this gets rid of liberty.
    7:. Madison's solution is to establish a republic as the government.
    8: Republic Government is run by representatives that rule on what the people think. And a democracy is run by the people.
    9:A republic stops the effects of factions by the different opinions, and beliefs of the representatives.

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  41. 1) addording to madison factions are a group of people united under a common impulse
    2) The causes of faction are liberty, opinions, interest, and passion
    3) the primary object of government is the protection of the diversity of the faculties of men
    4) The rights of property originate from the diversity in the faculties of men
    5) The common cause of faction is the various and unequal distribution of property
    6) We solve the mischiefs of factions by removing the cause and destroying the effect. it is worse than the disease because it removes liberty and destroys factions like air being taken away from a fire
    7) We can control the effects of factions by forming a republican government
    8) In a pure democracy the small population all votes. In a republic we introduce the scheme of a larger population voting for it's representatives
    9) Repblics inhibit the effects of factions by having a larger population with varying parties with a less probable chance of having a majority

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  42. 10: The three branches of government are the executive, legislative, and judicial branch.
    11:Madison suggested that the executive branch should be the weakest.
    12: To keep the government's power in check Madison suggested that the powers should be seperated.
    13:Seperation of powers is assured by checks and balances.
    14:The executive branch can veto bills passed by congress. And the executive branch appoints the justices in the judicial branch but they must be ok'd by Congress.
    15:The branch that is an exception to the seperation of powers is the legislative this expection is not dangerous because all the powers are divided into the three branches.
    16:Federalism is power divided by two seperate goverments.
    17:
    18:The supreme goal of the government is justice.

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  43. Federalist Papers #51
    10) The 3 branches of government are the legislative, executive, and judicial
    11) Madison felt the judicial would be weakest
    12) To check the powers of government madison suggested the several constituents keep each other in their proper places
    13)to assure the seperation of powers each branch should have it's own will and have as little agency as possible
    14) First example of checks and balances is congress makes the laws but the president can veto. The second is the President appoints members of the surpreme court but it has to be with congress' consent
    15) Legislative seems the exception but this isn't dangerous because we can divide the legislative into different branches have different ways of election and each branch have different principles of action.
    16) Federalism is the form of government where the central government shares its power with lower level governments
    17) The first advantage of federalism is the power is put under a single government and shared with the regional governmetns. the second being protection from the oppression of rulers and the majority
    18) The supreme goal of government is JUSTICE

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  44. 1. According to Madison, a faction is a group of people who share the same interest but don't care for other people's rights. It is found in Federalist 10, fourth paragraph.
    2. Madison says that factions are caused after a group of people disagree with certain ideas.
    3. According to Madison, government should "secure the public good and private rights" from factions.
    4. According to Madison, the right of property originate from the diversity of faculties of men.
    5. Madison says that the most common and durable source of factions have been the
    various and unequal distribution of property.
    6. We can cure the mischiefs of faction by giving all the citizens the same opinions in interests or don't give liberty at all. These remedies are worse because every individual needs liberty to be able to live with commodities.
    7. Madison's solution for controlling the effects of factions is by majority rule.
    8. A republic is a form of government where people elect representatives to exercise the power they have, and in a pure democracy the people exercise direct power instead of electing representatives to govern for them. The difference is that in a republic, the representatives decide what to do and if pure democracy, the people get to say what they want.
    9. According to Madison, a republic inhibits the effects of factions when the representatives don't reflect the ideas of those whom they represent.

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  45. 1. According to Madison, factions are groups of people who are united by common interests. He writes of them in the sentence after his introductory paragraph
    2. Madison says the causes of faction are the disagreement over certain issues in society.
    3. The primary object of government is to preserve the rights of the people and the public good against the danger of factions.
    4. According to madison, the rights of property originate from "diversity in the faculties of men".
    5. Madison believes the most common source of faction is the unequal distribution of property.
    6. We could cure the mischiefs of faction by either destroying liberty or by giving each citizen the same interests and opinions. these cures are worse than the disease liberty is essential to political life, and one could not give everyone the same opinion, it is simply "impracticable"
    7. Madison's solution to control the effects of factions is to establish a republican government.
    8. A republic is a type of government in which people choose representatives to run the government and make decisions. In a pure Democracy the people themselves vote on all the issues present in the country. THe difference between the too is that in a pure democracy, the power is placed directly in the people's hands, while in a republic,the people give their power to their representatives.
    9.A republic inhibits the effects of factions by having representatives with different opinions.

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  46. 10. The three branches of government are the Executive, legislative, and judicial branches.
    11. Madison thought the weakest branch would be the executive branch.
    12. Madison suggests the separation of powers to check the actions of government
    13. The separation of powers between the three branches is assured by the system of check and balances.
    14. two examples of this system would be
    1: When the legislative branch approves a bill that the executive branch does not like, the president can Veto this bill and it will not become a law
    and 2: The president can appoint judges but they must first be approved by the legislative branch.
    15. The Branch that appears as an exception is the legislative branch. This exception is not dangerous this branch could be separated into additional branches.
    16. Federalism is the sharing of powers between the central government and smaller state governments
    17. The two great advantages of federalism, according to Madison,are that 1: the power over the people is not only divided into branches, but into separate governments (central and state governments) and 2: The people are protected from the oppression of a single ruler or the majority.
    18. The supreme goal of government, according to Madison is Justice

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  47. 10. The three branches of government are legislative, executive, and judicial.
    11. Madison thought that the judicial branch would be the weakest.
    12. The method that Madison suggested to check the powers of government was the separation of powers.
    13. The separation of powers is assured between the three branches by checks and balances.
    14. Two examples of checks and balances in the U.S. constitutional system are that the president can veto a congressional legislation and that the Supreme Court can declare presidential acts to be unconstitutional.
    15. The branch that can be exempted from checks and balances is the legislative branch. This is not dangerous because the legislature may be divided into other branches.
    16. Federalism is a system of government where the national government is central but some power is divided through the states.
    17. According to Madison, the two great advantages of federalism are that the national government gives power to local governments and that it avoids the oppression of the majority.
    18. According to Madison, the supreme goal of the government is justice.

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  48. 1. According to Madison, factions are groups of people who are united by common interests. He talks about them right after the intro paragraph.
    2. Madison says the causes of faction are caused when a group of people disagree over certain issues.
    3. According to Madison, government should "secure the public good and private rights" from factions.
    4. According to Madison the rights of property originate from "the diversity in the faculties of men."
    5. Madison believes the most common source of faction is the unequal distribution of property.
    6. We could cure the mischiefs of faction by either destroying liberty or by giving each citizen the same interests and opinions. These remedies are worse than the disease because it destroys liberty which is necessary for existence.
    7. Madison's solution for controlling the effects of fractions is to establish a republic government.
    8. A republic is a type of government in whic people(citizens) elect representatives. In a pure Democracy the people themselves vote on all the issues present in the country. The difference between the too is that in a republic the people give their power to their representatives while in a pure democracy, the power is placed directly in the people's hands.
    9. According to Madison, Republic inhibits the effects of factions by the different opinions/beliefs of the representatives.

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  49. 1)According to Madison factions are a number of citizens that are united by a common impulse of passion that harm the rights of other citizens. After Madison's introduction.
    2) According to Madison the causes of faction are people having a great enthusiasm for opinions concerning religion, government, and other things
    3) The primary object of government is to protect the rights of citizens.
    4) The rights of property originate from the diversity in the faculties of men.
    5) The most common and durable source of factions is has been the various and unequal distribution of property.
    6) According to Madison, two methods of removing the causes of faction are by destroying liberty or by giving to every citizen the same opinions.
    7) Madison's solution for controlling the effects of factions is to build a republican government.
    8) A republic is a government in which the scheme of representation takes place, and a pure democracy is a society consisting of a small number of citizens who administer the government in a person. The difference between these two is the delegation of the government and the greater number of citizens.
    9) The republic inhibits the effects of factions by representatives having different opinions.
    10)The three branches of government are legislative,executive, and judicial.
    11) Madison thought that the judicial branch was the weakest one.
    12) The method that Madison suggest to check the powers of government is to have seperation of powers and have a will of its own.
    13. The seperation of power between the three branches is assured by checks and balances.
    14)The president nominates judges&the court can declare presidential acts unconstitutional.
    15) The branch that appears to be an excpetion to the seperation of powers is the legislative and its not really dangerous because it doesnt is not really attached strongly to the other departments.
    16) Federalism is a type of government in which a written constitution divides power between central and sub-divisonal governments.
    17)One great advantage is that all the power surrendered by the people is submitted to administration of a single government and the other advantage is the majority be united by a common interest.
    18)The "end" of government according to Madison is Justice.

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  50. 10. The three branches of government are legislative, executive, and judicial.
    11. Madison thought the weakest branch would be the executive branch.
    12) To check the powers of government madison suggested several constituents to keep each other in check.
    13. The separation of powers is assured between the three branches by checks and balances.
    14)The first example of checks and balances is congress makes the laws but the president can veto. The second is that the President appoints members of the surpreme court but they have to be approved by congress.
    15) The legislative branch appears as an exception to the separation of powers. This exception is not dangerous because they cannot originate laws only interpret certain court cases.
    16) Federalism is a system in which power is shared and divided between the central government and states.
    17)Two great advantages of federalism, according to Madison, is that federalism is the power is put under a single government and shared with the regional governments, the second being protection from the oppression of rulers and the majority.
    18) The supreme goal of government,according to Madison is JUSTICE

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  51. Jocelyn Yaritza AscencioSeptember 16, 2012 at 5:52 PM

    FEDERALIST #10

    1. Fractions are groups of individuals joined together by similar interest. Madison speaks about Fractions in the sentence after the introductory paragragh.
    2. Accoring to Madison the primary causes of fractions is when a dissagreement over certain issues occurs.
    3. The primary objective of government according to madison is "secure the public good and private rights against the danger of such fraction."
    4. In madisons eyes the rights of property originate from "the diversity in the faculties of men."
    5. The most common source of fractions believed by madison was the unequal distribution of property.
    6. In order to solve the mischiefs of fractions we have to be able to have all the citizens agree on the same idea, but the cure is worse then the disease because it eleminates the rights of freedom.
    7. To establish a republican government is Madisons solution in order to control the the effects Fractions cause.
    8. In which people elect their representitives is a republican government, and in a pure democracyis a government in which people rule and make their own choices in the society.
    9. A republic inhabits the effect of fractions by combining representitives who have different mind sets and ideas.

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  52. 1. Factions are groups of people who act against other's rights, as Madison describes in the Federalist papers. 2. According to Madison, the causes of factions are opposing beliefs and freedom of expression. 3. The primary object of government is to handle the complaints of a nation. 4. The rights of property come from people's beliefs that they have earned what it is they are given. 5. The most common and durable source of faction, according to Madison, is unequal distribution of property. 6. Government could either control it's effects and deal with people's complaints, or take away all freedom and allow the people to have to live in suffered silence. 7. Madison's solution to the effect of factions is to set up a republic in which the people overall can decide which topics and issues are important. 8. A pure democracy, a small populace coming together and deciding on issues and solutions, and a republic, a system of representation in which elected individuals must bend to the will of their electors, are different in the sense that the pure democracy is unrealistic when controlling a vast nation. 9. In a republic, representatives are elected constantly based on what the public sees as important, which keeps the majority satisfied as the minority must wait to be heard. 10. The branches of government are the legislative, judicial, and executive branch. 11. Madison thought the weakest branch would be the Executive branch. 12. Madison suggests that each branch seek the permission of the other two, in order to act on behalf of the nation. 13. Separation of powers is assured by Madison's idea of checks and balances. 14. Two examples of checks and balances are impeachment of the president and judicial review. 15. The legislative branch seems to be the exception, but the executive branch and judicial branch may still check it's powers. 16. Federalism is the split of power between state and national government as determined in a written constitution. 17. The two advantages of federalism is the guard of oppression by the majority and the division of power into more than one protective body. 18. The "supreme goal" of government is for justice and equality to be given to those governed.

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  53. 1.)According to Madison,A faction is a number of people "who are united and actuated by some common impulse of passion, or of interest". He write them right after the introductory paragraph.
    2.)According to Madison, the cause of faction is a disagreement between a group of people. He says "the most common and durable source of factions has been the various and unequal distribution of property"
    3.)The primary object of a government is "to secure the public good and private rights against the dangers of such a faction... to preserve the spirit and the form of popular government".
    4.)Accoding to Madison, the rights of property originate in the faculties of men and the republican government.
    5.)The most common and durable faction is " the various and unequal distribution of property"
    6.)According to Madison we can cure the "mischiefs of faction," by "removing its causes;the other, by controlling its effects." These remedies are worse than the disease because " an aliment without which it instantly expires."
    7.)Madison's solution for controlling the effects of factions is to establish a repulic. He says "a republic... promises the cure for which we are seeking".
    8.)A republic is " a government in which a scheme of representation takes place";People elect there leaders. A pure democracy is "a society consisting of a small number of citizens, who assemble and administer the government in prson". The difference between a republic and a pure democracy is how the power is distribute. In a republic the power is given to the elected people, and in a pure democracy the power is given to the people.
    9.)According to Madison, a republic inhibit the effects of factions by having different elected people with different opinions and different interest.

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  54. 1. According to Madison, factions are groups of people that share the same beliefs; he mentions them in Article 10.
    2. The causes of factions are when people disagree on certain ideas or issues.
    3. The primary object of government is to secure the safety of its citizens.
    4. The rights of property originate from the faculties of men.
    5. The most common and durable source of faction is the unequal distribution of property.
    6. We could cure the "mischiefs of faction" by destroying liberty but this remedy is worst then the disease because we need liberty in order to live.
    7. Madison's solution for controlling the effects of factions is to establish a republican government.
    8. A republic is a government in which the people elect their representatives and run the government based on their desires, a pure democracy is when people run the government themselves. The difference is where the power is paced, either on the representatives or on the peoples' hands.
    9. A republic inhibit the effects of factions when representatives argue and have different ideas on the issue.
    10. The three branches of government are the executive, judicial, and legislative branch.
    11. Madison believed the executive branch would be the weakest.
    12. The methods Madison suggest to check the powers of government are separation of powers.
    13. The separation of powers between the three branches are assured by checks and balances.
    14. Two examples of checks and balances are the president's power to veto and the supreme court's power of judicial review.
    15. The branch that appears as an exception to the separation of powers norm is the legislative branch; its not significant because it can be separated into other branches.
    16. Federalism is when the power is divided between the states and the government.
    17. Two advantages of federalism are that the national government gives certain powers to the local governments and that it avoids majority rule.
    18. The supreme goal of government is justice.

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  55. 1.A faction is a group of people who share the same interest and go against the rest of the community and its located after the introduction.
    2.Factions are caused by disagreement in ideas.
    3.The primary reason is to protect public an privet property.
    4.They originate in the "diversity in the faculties of men".
    5.The most common is the various and differently distributed property.
    6.The ways to cure factions is to destroy liberty which is worse because it goes against a fair government.
    7.The solution is to establish a republic government.
    8.A republic has its citizens represented to be govern and a direct democracy has its citizens governing themselves.
    9. The representatives that are their will have different views.

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  56. Federalists Number 10
    1.Factions are according to Madison "citizens united by impulse of passion" this is stated in the second paragraph, after the introduction.
    2.The causes of faction are opinions concerning; religion, government, and other points
    3.The primary object of government is that the government makes the citizens happy
    4.The rights of property originate in the diversity in faculties of men
    5.The most common and durable source of faction is the "unequal distribution of property"
    6.We would cure the mischiefs of faction by removing it's causes, and by controlling it's affects. These remedies are worse than the disease because "liberty nourishes faction"
    7.Madison's solution for controlling the effect of factions is that "of no cure"
    8.A republic is a government that has representation. A pure democracy is a society with "small number of citizens". The differences are delegation of government, number of citizens, and greater sphere of country.
    9.A republic inhibits the effects of faction because of few representatives with different views.

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  57. 10.)The three branches of government are the executive,legislative,and judiciary branch.
    11.)Madison thought the weakest branch was the judiciary branch.
    12.)Madison suggest to the seperation of powers to check the governments power.
    13.)the seperation of power would be assured with "checks and balances"
    14.)Two examples of "checks and balances" are the president can veto any law presented by congress, and the judiciary branch makes sure any law approved by the president is constitutional.
    15.)The branch that appears to be an exception to the separation of powers norm is the Legislative branch.This exception not dangerous because the legislative branch is divided into different banches.
    16.)Federalism is a type of government which divides the power of the state and central government.
    17.)Two great advantages of federalism is the power is put under a single government which is shared with the regional governments.The second advantage is being protected from the oppression of rulers and the majority
    18.)The "end" (supreme goal) of government is justice.

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  58. 1. Madison says the faction is a group of people who have common interest.which are different from the rest of the citizens

    2.he thinks faction are cause by disagreement over something

    3.the primary object of the government is to protect the public good and the private rights

    4.the property right came from the diversity in the faculties of men

    5.the most common an durable source of faction according to madison was the unequal distribution property

    6.getting rid of liberty can cure the 'mischief of faction' but ill make into a worse situation because we need liberty.

    7.establishing a republic in government can help controlling the effect of faction

    8.a republic is a type of government where the people get to elect someone to represent them in pure democracy the people choose what they need for themselves the difference is the ability to govern a large country

    9.republic inhibits the effect of faction by having multipel representatives

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  59. Jocelyn Yaritza AscencioSeptember 16, 2012 at 6:56 PM

    FEDERALIST #51

    10. Legeslaative, executive, and judical are the three branches of goverment.
    11. Madison believed that the weakest branch of government would be the executive branch.
    12. The seperation of powers was suggested by Madison in order to keep them on check.
    13. Checks and balances assures the seperation of powers between all three branches.
    14.The serpreme court has the power to to declare presidential acts to be unconstitutional. The executive branch has the powe to veto bills. These are the two examples of checks and balances.
    15. The legeslative branch is the exception of powers. Even though it might look dangerous the exception is not because all powers are divided throughout the branches.
    16. In which the central governts powers are shared and divided into the smaller less powerful state governments is federalism
    17. According to madision the advantages of Federalism are the constraints of governments' power, and being able to branching off of into the different sections of society.
    18. Madisions belief in the altimate goal of the government is justice.

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  60. 1. According to Madison a faction is a group of citizens who have the same interest and ideas.
    2. The causes of factions according to Madison are because people have different ideas and disagree with one another.
    3. The primary object of government is to secure the public goods and private rights.
    4. The rights of property originated from the diversity in the faculties in men.
    5. The most common and durable source of faction is the unequal distribution of property.
    6. The cure from "mischief of factions" is to remove its causes and control its effect. This is worse that the disease according to Madison because you are taking some liberties of people.
    7. Madison's solution for controlling the effect of factions is to create a republican government and some sort of election form.
    8. A republic is where the people get to elect people who will represent them, a pure democracy is when the people can directly make the choices they want they represent themselves. The difference between these two is that the in a republic people get to make the choices for you of what you want but in a pure democracy you can just make and say yourself.
    9. A republic inhibit the effect of a faction by the representatives disagreeing with the ideas.
    10. The three branches of government are the executive, legislative, and judicial branch.
    11. Madison thought that the judicial branch will be the weakest.
    12. Madison suggested the separation of powers method to check the powers of government.
    13. The separation pf powers between the three branches is assured by checks and balances.
    14. Two examples of checks and balances is when the executive branch (president) can veto a bill and when the Supreme Court can declare a law unconstitutional.
    15. The legislative branch appears to be the exception to the separation of powers. This is not dangerous because the legislative branch can separate its self into other branches.
    16. Federalism is the separation of power between the states and central government.
    17. Two great advantages of federalism is that the power is not only divided between three different branches but also between the states and central government and also that the can guard against the oppression and the majority.
    18. The "end" ( supreme goal) according to Madison is justice.

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  61. 10.The three branches are the executive,judicial , and legislative branch.
    11.Madison thought the weakest was going to be the executive branch.
    12.He uses the separation of powers to check the powers of government.
    13.The separation of powers are assured in checks and balances system.
    14.One example is that the President can veto congressional legislation and another is that congress can impeach the President and remove him form office.
    15.The legislative branch appears to be an exception because it is divided into smaller branches.
    16.Federalism is the division of powers between the state and national government.
    17.One advantage is that the people are under one government that is dived into three branches and also protects the people from the rulers and oppression from the majority.
    18.According to Madison is for justice to be given out.

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  62. #51

    10. The three branches of government are Legislative, Executive and the Judicial Branch.
    11. Madison believed the Executive branch of government would be the weakest.
    12. Madison suggested the Checks and Balances/Separation of Powers method to check the powers of government.
    13. Separation of Powers between the three branches is assured by the Checks and Balances system.
    14. Two examples of Checks and Balances in U.S. Constitutional system are,
    • The Supreme Court can declare presidential acts to be unconstitutional &’
    • The Executive can veto bills passed by congress.
    15. The branch that appears as an exception to the separation of powers norms is the Legislative branch. This exception is not dangerous because all 3 branches of government have equal amount of power.
    16. Federalism is a government system where different types of government have equal/ shared power between them.

    17. According to Madison, two great advantages of Federalism are,
    • The government 3 branches of government give fair/ balanced power to the people.
    • There is no admission of a single type of government.
    18. According to Madison the “end” (Supreme Court of government) is Justice.

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  63. 1. According to Madison a faction is a group of citizens who have the same interest and ideas.
    2. The causes of factions according to Madison are because people have different ideas and disagree with one another.
    3. The primary object of government is to secure the public goods and private rights.
    4. The rights of property originated from the diversity in the faculties in men.
    5. The most common and durable source of faction is the unequal distribution of property.
    6. The cure from "mischief of factions" is to remove its causes and control its effect. This is worse that the disease according to Madison because you are taking some liberties of people.
    7. Madison's solution for controlling the effect of factions is to create a republican government and some sort of election form.
    8. A republic is where the people get to elect people who will represent them, a pure democracy is when the people can directly make the choices they want they represent themselves. The difference between these two is that the in a republic people get to make the choices for you of what you want but in a pure democracy you can just make and say yourself.
    9. A republic inhibit the effect of a faction by the representatives disagreeing with the ideas.
    10. The three branches of government are the executive, legislative, and judicial branch.
    11. Madison thought that the judicial branch will be the weakest.
    12. Madison suggested the separation of powers method to check the powers of government.
    13. The separation pf powers between the three branches is assured by checks and balances.
    14. Two examples of checks and balances is when the executive branch (president) can veto a bill and when the Supreme Court can declare a law unconstitutional.
    15. The legislative branch appears to be the exception to the separation of powers. This is not dangerous because the legislative branch can separate its self into other branches.
    16. Federalism is the separation of power between the states and central government.
    17. Two great advantages of federalism is that the power is not only divided between three different branches but also between the states and central government and also that the can guard against the oppression and the majority.
    18. The "end" ( supreme goal) according to Madison is justice.

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  64. Federalist 10

    1-Madison says that factions are a number of citizens, who are "united" by some common interest. The "factions" are written after the Introduction.

    2-The causes of faction are " a zeal of different opinions" concerning religion, government and other points, which in turn have divided manking into "parties".

    3-The primary object of government would be to protect the "private rights against the danger" of a faction which will hurt the system in the nation.

    4-According to Madison, the rights of property originate from the "diversity in the faculties of men".

    5- The most common and durable source of faction would be the unequal distribution of the property.

    6-"Mischiefs of Fraction" could be cured in 2 ways: by removing it's causes, or by controlling its effects. Madison says that these are worse that the disease because this would mean destroying the "liberty" which is needed for existence.

    7-To control the effects of faction, Madison's solution was to establish a republican government.

    8-A republic, is a form of government in which people elect representatives to represent them , while a a pure democracy is when the people chose what will be done in the country. The difference between both is that the power is placed on different hands.

    9-A republic inhibits the effects of factions by having representatives with several different ideas.

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  65. 10.the 3 branches are judicial,executive and legislative.

    11.madison believe the judicial branch was the weak one

    12. to check the power of the government Madison suggested the method of separation of powers where no government was involve in the other

    13. federalism assured the separation of powers

    14.an example is he executive branch can veto bills by the legislative but they can overite the veto

    another example the president can appoint people but congress has to approve

    15. the legislative branch appears as an exception to the separation of powers form its not dangeous because thy are all equal .

    16.fedralism is a system in the goernment written in the constitution which divides the power between different government

    17.Two great advantages of federalism is run over one same government that is divided in different branches also because its being protected


    18.The "end" (supreme goal) of government is justice n equality

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  66. 1. According to Madison, factions are a group of people united by the same beliefs. Madison mentions them after the introduction.
    2. The causes of factions are disagreement in beliefs within the group.
    3. The primary objective of any form of government is to secure and protect the private good and private rights of the people.
    4. According to Madison, the rights of property originate from "diversity in the faculties of men".
    5. Madison states that the unequal distribution of property is the most common and durable source of faction.
    6. The only cure would be to destroy the government which is far more worse since we need government.
    7. Madison's decision is to establish a republic government.
    8.A republic is where the citizens elect a representative as for a direct democracy the citizens govern themselves.
    9. With representatives who have opposing views.
    10. The three branches of government are the executive, judicial, and legislative.
    11. Madison believed the executive branch would be the weakest.
    12.The methods Madison suggest to check the powers of government are separation of powers.
    13. The separation of powers between the three branches are assured by checks and balances.
    14. Two examples of checks and balances are the right of the president to veto and the right for the supreme court to call judicial review.
    15. The legislative branch seems to be the exception.
    16. Federalism is when power is divided between the states and the government.
    17. Two advantages of Federalism is the when the government gives the states certain powers and it avoids majority rule.
    18. The supreme goal of government is justice to those who are governed.

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  67. 1.Factions are the groups of citizens that are united in common in pulse of passion and interest.
    2.The cause of fraction is disagreement in ideas.
    3.The primary objective of the government is to protect public goods and public rights.
    4.The rights of property come from the diversities and faculties of men.
    5.The most common faction is distribution of property.
    6.Madison said we can cure the mischief's of faction by giving all the citizens the same options.
    7.The solution for controlling the effects of factions are by majority rule.
    8.A republic is a government that is ran by representative.A Democracy is ran by the people.
    9.effects of factions are others that carry different thoughts and points of view.
    10.The 3 types of branches of government are executive,legislative and judicial.
    11.Madison thought that the legislative was the weakest.
    12.Madison suggested the separation of powers to check the powers.
    13.the separation of power is assured by the 3 branches of government.
    14.The two examples of checks and balances are
    1)legislative branch makes a law, but the president doesn't approve it gets vetoed.
    2)legislative and executive branch agree on a bill, but the judicial branch doesn't the bill gets vetoed.
    15.The legislation branch appears as the exception to the separation of powers this is not dangerous because of checks and balances.
    16.Federalism lets the US under a central government to maintain a measure of independence.
    17.In a single republic all power is given directly to one government and is divided to separate departments the second one is government mus not only guard against oppression of rues but to protect against the oppression of majority.
    18.The supreme goal of government is to have justice

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  68. Madison's Federalist #51:

    10. The 3 branches of government are Legislative, Executive, and Judicial
    11. Madison suggested that the executive branch should be the weakest.
    12. The powers would be checked by separation of powers.
    13. Separation of powers will be assured in a republican government.
    14. The executive branch can veto bills passed by congress. Example 2: the executive branch appoints the justices in the judicial branch, but they must be approved by Congress.
    15. The legislative branch is the exception. It isn't an issue since the branch itself branches off.
    16. Federalism is when there is more than one government sharing power to govern one nation.
    17. Federalism's advantages include the moderation of governments' power, and the branching off of the different parts of society.
    18. The supreme goal of the government that Madison believed in was justice.

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  69. #10

    1. According to Madison factions are groups of citizens who equal interest and have lack of care for other citizens’ rights. He writes them in following the introduction of the first paragraph.
    2. According to Madison cause of factions were disagreements between groups of people.
    3. According to Madison the primary object of government was the protection on public goods from danger.
    4. According to Madison the rights of property originate from the “diversity in the faculties of men”.
    5. According to Madison the most common and durable source of faction was various & unequal distribution of property.
    6. According to Madison we could cure the “mischiefs of action” by destroying liberty or by giving each citizen the same interest and opinions.
    Madison believes these remedies are worse than the disease because it’s against fair government.
    7. Madison’s solution for controlling the effects of factions is by establishing a republic government.
    8. A republic is a type of government ran by representatives who rule what the people want and think.
    A pure democracy is ruled by citizens who make laws for themselves.
    They differ by the fact that they the amount of people who have power ruling.
    9. According to Madison a republic inhibits the effects of faction by it being more difficult for unworthy candidates who have different opinions, later becoming representatives.

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  70. Federalist Number 51
    10.The three branches of government are: Judiciary, Executive, and Legislative.
    11.Madison said that the Judiciary branch would be the weakest.
    12.Madison suggest that there be a separation of powers to check the powers of government.
    13.The separation of power between the three branches assured by check and balances.
    14.Two examples of checks and balances are: The congress can impeach the president, and when the president is commander of the navy and army only congress can declare war
    15.The legislative branch appears as an exception to the separation of powers norm, this exception is not dangerous because all the powers are distributed between the three branches.
    16.Federalism is a system of government that is divided into system of government.
    17.Two great advantages of federalism are that: there is a division of government, to take care of society "against the suppression of it's rulers"
    18.The "end" (supreme goal) of government, according to Madison is justice

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  71. 1) Factions are a group of people who are “united” and motivated by a “common impulse of passion or of interest”. Madison begins talking about this in the second paragraph.
    2) According to Madison the causes of a faction is when there are many differing opinions on a single issue.
    3) The primary objective of government is to protect the “diversity in the faculties of men”.
    4) According to Madison the right of property originates in the different capabilities of humans.
    5) The most common source for a faction to emerge is from the different opinions and arguments based on religion and government.
    6) There are only two ways to cure factions, according to Madison; one is by “removing its causes” and the other is by “controlling its effects”. The remedies are worse than the “diseases” because one calls for the destruction of liberty which is “essential to its existence” and the other requires giving every citizen the same opinions and passions, which is basically impossible.
    7) Madison’s solutions about controlling the effects is getting as close to a consensus as possible, otherwise known as a majority vote.
    8) A pure democracy is a smaller society with condensed ideas who administer power to an individual; a republic is a broader system which has a different form of representation. The difference is that a democracy cannot offer a “cure” for the faculties of man where as a republic can.
    9) A republic inhibits the effects of factions by having the same opportunities as a democracy; however they do not have any limitations such as those by the smaller or larger size of a democracy. A republic will always allow the same opportunities to the citizens not based on size or numbers.
    10) The three branches of government are; executive, legislative, and judiciary.
    11) Madison believed the judiciary branch to be the weakest.
    12) Madison’s methods included the checks and balances where each form of government had the power to “check” the decisions of the other two forms.
    13) The separation of powers is assured through the idea of federalism in which each individual branch would have its own duty as given under the constitution.
    14) One example of checks and balances is if one division of government decides to attain too much power then the other two branches would act as ‘guardians’ to the rights of the people. A second example would be if two branches do not agree with a decision the other has made or believe it’s unconstitutional then the other two can reevaluate the decision.
    15) The legislative branch is the exception, but is not dangerous as its own power can be divided and created into its own branches.
    16) Federalism is a system of government in which the states and national government must have a separation of power, but where some powers can also be kept.
    17) According to Madison the two great advantages of federalism are that there are different forms of government watching over one another while advantage is having a diverse society in which there can be many different ideas and opinions and interests.
    18) Madison states that “justice” is the end of government.

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  72. Federalist 51

    10- The three branches of government are the legislative, executive and judidial branches.

    11- Madison thought that the weakest branch would be the executive branch.

    12-Madison suggests to check the powers of government through the use of separation of powers.

    13- The system, Checks and Balances, assured the separation of powers between the three branches.

    14- Two examples of "checks and balances" would be:
    -president can veto a law.
    -congress can impeach the president.

    15- The legislative branch appears as an exeption to the separation of powers norm, but is not dangerous because all 3 branches have an equal amount of power.

    16- Federalism is a system of government that basically shares/divides the power between the central government and the states.

    17-According to Madison, 2 great advantages of federalism are that first, it guards against opression, and second, all power is divided both among the 3 branches of government.

    18-The supreme goal would be for there to be Justice.

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  73. 1. According to Madison factions are a group of citizens who have the same beliefs he first writes of them after his introductory paragraph.
    2. Factions are caused when there is a disagreement over something and apparently by having freedom (liberty).
    3. The primary object of the government would be to protect the public goods.
    4.According to Madison the right of the property originates by the diversity of the men.
    5. According to Madison the most common and durable source of faction is liberty. "Liberty is to faction what air is to fire"
    6. to cure factions one must remove its causes and control the effects.
    7 Madison's solution for controlling the effects of factions is to become a republican government.
    8. In a republic government people elect representatives, in a pure democracy people have direct power. The difference is the size of the government.
    9. The republic inhibits the effects of the factions by having multiple representatives with different ideas

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  74. 1. According to Madison factions are a group of citizens whom share the same concept of ideas , but do not care for others opinions nor ideas. Madison explains factions right after the introduction paragraph

    2.The causes of faction are liberty and citizens having different opinions/points of view.

    3.The predominant object of the government is to protect the citizens rights.

    4.The rights of property originate from the diversities in the faculties of men.

    5.The most common and durable source of faction is the uneven distribution of property.

    6.We could cure the "mischiefs of faction" according Madison by making everyone believe the same ideas , and have the same interests. These remedies are worse than diseases because it destroys liberty.

    7.Madison's solution for controlling the effects of factions is to establish a republic government.

    8.A republic is a state in which supreme power is held by the people and their elected representatives , on the other hand a pure democracy is when the citizens have the right of making decisions.

    9. A republic inhibits the effects of factions by representatives having different opinions.

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  75. 10.The three branches of government are executive, judicial, and legislative.
    11. Madison's beliefs the executive branch to be the weakest.
    12. To check the powers of government there should be a separation of powers and each branch needs to be responsible for its own power not of the other branches.
    13. The seperation of power between the three branches is assureed by checks and balances.
    14. Two examples are the court can declare laws unconstitutional and the president can veto congressional legislation.
    15. The legislative branch is the exception to the seperation of powers.
    16. Federaism is two or more governments sharing the same idea with the same powers.
    17.Two great advantages in federalism are each form of government can prevent the other from getting too pwerful and federal laws can be enforced by states.
    18. The supreme goal of government is justtice.

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  76. 10. The three branches of government are legislature, executive , and judicial branch.

    11.Madison thought the weakest would be the executive branch.

    12. He uses the separation of powers as method to check the powers of the government.

    13.The separation of powers between all three branches is assured through the system of checks and balances.

    14. Two examples of the checks and balances are the following
    1. If the legislative branch passes a law but the executive branch checks it and does not agree then they veto it.
    2.The legislative branch checks the judicial branch by approving all federal judges.

    15. The legislative because its divided in to smaller branches.

    16. Federalism shares the power between the central government and the states.

    17. Two advantages of federalism are that first of all it watches over against abuse , and all power is divided to all three branches.

    18.The "end" according to Madison is justice.

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  77. Federalist #10
    1. According to Madison, factions are a group of people who share the same beliefs or interest & do not care about the righgt of others. This is shown after the introduction.
    2. Madison believed factions were caused because of liberty or disagreements.
    3. The primary object of government is to protect public goods.
    4. The rights of property originate from the diversity in the faculties of men.
    5. According to Madison, the most common & durable source of faction is the distribution of property.
    6. There are two ways to remove faction. You can remove its cause & control the effect or destroy liberty to give citizens the same options.
    7. Madison's solution for controlling effects of faction is to create a republican government.
    8. In a republic, people have the right to elect the representatives. In a pure democracy, people rule themselves.
    9. Republic inhibits the effect of faction by having representatives with different opinions.

    Federalist #51
    10. The three branches of government are executive, legislative & judicial branch.
    11. Madison believed the executive branch would be the weakest.
    12. Madison suggests separation of powers to check the powers of the government.
    13. The separation of powers is assured by checks & balances.
    14.Two examples are that the president can veto congressional legislations & that the court can declare presidential laws unconstitutional.
    15. The legislative branch appears to be an exeption to the separation of powers but it isnt dangerous because the power in that branch is divided.
    16.Federalism is when central governments & states share & divide their power.
    17.Two advantages of federalism is the prevention of one government from getting too powerful & another is that the federal laws can be written & enforced.
    18The supreme goal of government according to Madison, was justice.

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