The Federalist Papers were a series of 85 essays published between October 1787 and August 1788 that debated the philosophy and motivations behind the creation of the U.S. Constitution. Topics covered include national de... More »

James Madison's thesis in Federalist Paper Number 10 is that a strong national government is better able to guard against the destructive effects of special interest groups and factions than smaller republics. Madison wr... More »

The Federalist Papers were a series of essays published in several New York State newspapers during 1787 and 1788. These essays were designed to explain and argue for the developing United States Constitution, and came a... More »

James Madison's accomplishments include writing the Federalist Papers, playing a major role in the creation of the U.S. Constitution and serving as the fourth president of the United States of America. During his tenure ... More »

The Federalist Papers were written by Publius, a pen name for Alexander Hamilton, James Madison and John Jay. Of the 85 articles, 51 were written by Hamilton, 26 by Madison, five by Jay and the others were a collaboratio... More »

The authors of the Federalist Papers were Alexander Hamilton, John Jay and James Madison. They published the papers anonymously under the pseudonym Publius, an ancient Roman statesman who played a part in the founding of... More »

The Federalist Papers were written in an attempt to get the New York citizens to ratify the United States Constitution in 1787. They were originally published using a pen name, "Publius," before being published in 1818 w... More »