U.S. History to 1865
U.S. History to 1865 HIST 2111
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STUDY QUESTIONS ON FEDERALIST 10 1 In your own words what is faction Look it up in a dictionary What does James Madison the author think it is What might be some contemporary examples According to Madison why are factions a problem 2 What is MadisonlE purpose in writing this essay 3 What solutions does Madison first propose to the problem of faction Which are realistic Which are not realistic 4 What are the most common sources of faction 5 What two forms of government does Madison propose later in the article as possible solutions to the problem of faction How do these two forms of government differ What does Madison think of democracy Why will it not solve the problem of faction 6 What form of government does Madison think will solve the problems connected with the existence of factions WHY WHY What makes representative government attractive to Madison Why is a large republic superior to a smaller one Ie how does a large republic mitigate lessen the problem of faction Questions of human nature 1 What is Publiusllview of human nature earlier in the article 2 What is the appropriate form and role of government given human nature
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