Alexander Hamilton

The Federalist Papers (1787-1788)
Alexander Hamilton, James Madison & John Jay

  1. Introduction (Hamilton)  - 12k The Federalist Papers, Alexander Hamilton, James Madison, John Jay, war between the states, utility of the union, constitutional convention, founding fathers, defense of the constitution
  2. Concerning Dangers from Foreign Force and Influence (Jay)  - 13k
  3. The Same Subject Continued (Jay)  - 11k
  4. The Same Subject Continued (Jay)  - 12k
  5. The Same Subject Continued (Jay)  - 11k
  6. Concerning Dangers From War Between the States (Hamilton)  - 17k
  7. The Subject Continued and Particular Causes Enumerated (Hamilton)  - 17k
  8. The Effects of Internal War in Producing Standing Armies (Hamilton)  - 15k
  9. The Utility of the Union as a Safeguard Against Domestic Faction (Hamilton)  - 15k
  10. The Same Subject Continued (Madison)  - 20k
  11. The Utility of the Union in Respect to Commerce and a Navy (Hamilton)  - 18k
  12. The Utility of the Union in Respect to Revenue (Hamilton)  - 16k
  13. The Same Subject Continued with a View to Economy (Hamilton)  - 8k
  14. An Objection Drawn from the Extent of Country Answered (Madison)  - 15k
  15. Defects of the Present Confederation in Relation to Legislation (Hamilton)  - 21k
  16. The Same Subject Continued in Relation to the Same Principle (Hamilton)  - 15k
  17. Examples to Show the Tendency of Federal Governments to Anarchy (Hamilton)  - 13k
  18. The Subject Continued with Farther Examples (Hamilton & Madison)  - 16k
  19. The Subject Continued with Farther Examples (Hamilton & Madison)  - 16k
  20. The Subject Continued with Farther Examples (Hamilton & Madison)  - 12k
  21. Further Defects of the Present Constitution (Hamilton)  - 14k
  22. The Same Subject Continued and Concluded (Hamilton)  - 24k
  23. The Necessity of a Government Equally Energetic with the One Proposed (Hamilton)  - 13k
  24. An Answer to an Objection Concerning Standing Armies (Hamilton)  - 14k
  25. The Subject Continued with the Same View (Hamilton)  - 14k
  26. The Subject Continued with the Same View (Hamilton)  - 16k
  27. The Subject Continued with the Same View (Hamilton)  - 11k
  28. The Same Subject Concluded (Hamilton)  - 12k
  29. Concerning the Militia (Hamilton)  - 15k The Federalist Papers, Alexander Hamilton, James Madison, John Jay, war between the states, utility of the union, constitutional convention, founding fathers, defense of the constitution
  30. Concerning Taxation (Hamilton)  - 14k
  31. The Same Subject Continued (Hamilton)  - 13k
  32. The Same Subject Continued (Hamilton)  - 11k
  33. The Same Subject Continued (Hamilton)  - 12k
  34. The Same Subject Continued (Hamilton)  - 15k
  35. The Same Subject Continued (Hamilton)  - 16k
  36. The Same Subject Continued (Hamilton)  - 19k
  37. Concerning the Difficulties the Convention Must Have Experienced (Madison)  - 19k
  38. The Incoherence of the Objections to the Plan Exposed (Madison)  - 22k
  39. An Objection in Respect to the Powers of the Convention Examined (Madison)  - 18k
  40. The Same Objection Further Examined (Madison)  - 21k
  41. General View of the Powers Proposed to Be Vested in the Union (Madison)  - 24k
  42. The Same View Continued (Madison)  - 19k
  43. The Same View Continued (Madison)  - 23k
  44. The Same View Continued and Concluded (Madison)  - 20k
  45. The Supposed Danger from the Union to the State Governments (Madison)  - 16k
  46. The Comparative Influence of the Federal and State Governments (Madison)  - 18k
  47. A Separation of the Departments of Power, Examined and Ascertained (Madison)  - 20k
  48. The Same Subject Continued... (Madison)  - 14k
  49. The Same Subject Continued with the Same View (Madison)  - 13k
  50. The Same Subject Continued with the Same View (Madison)  - 9k
  51. The Same Subject Continued with the Same View and Concluded (Madison)  - 14k
  52. Concerning the House of Representatives, Electors and Time of Service (Madison)  - 14k
  53. A View of the Term of the Service of the Members (Madison)  - 16k
  54. A View to the Ratio of Representation (Madison)  - 14k
  55. The Same Subject in Relation to the Total Number of the Body (Madison)  - 15k
  56. The Same Subject in Relation to the Same Point (Madison)  - 12k
  57. The Supposed Tendency to Elevate the Few Above the Many (Madison)  - 16k
  58. The Future Augmentation of the Members (Madison)  - 15k
  59. Concerning the Regulation of Elections (Hamilton)  - 14k
  60. The Same Subject Continued (Hamilton)  - 16k
  61. The Same Subject Continued and Concluded (Hamilton)  - 11k
  62. Concerning the Constitution of the Senate (Madison)  - 17k
  63. The Senate in Regard to the Duration of Appointment (Madison)  - 21k
  64. The Senate in Regard to the Power of Making Treaties (Jay)  - 16k
  65. The Senate as a Court for the Trial of Impeachments (Hamilton)  - 15k
  66. The Same Subject Continued (Hamilton)  - 16k
  67. Concerning the Constitution of the President (Hamilton)  - 13k
  68. The President in Relation to the Mode of Appointment (Hamilton)  - 12k
  69. Comparison Between the President and the King of Great Britain (Hamilton)  - 21k
  70. The Unity of the Executive, with an Examination of an Executive Council (Hamilton)  - 22k
  71. The Same View in Regard to the Duration of the Office (Hamilton)  - 13k
  72. The Same View in Regard to the Re-eligibility of the President (Hamilton)  - 15k
  73. The Provision Concerning Support and the Power of the Negative (Hamilton)  - 17k
  74. The Command of the National Forces and the Power of Pardoning (Hamilton)  - 9k
  75. The Same View in Relation to the Power of Making Treaties (Hamilton)  - 14k
  76. The Appointment of the Officers of the Government (Hamilton)  - 14k
  77. The View of the Constitution of the President Concluded (Hamilton)  - 15k
  78. The Judicial Department and the Tenure of Good Behavior (Hamilton)  - 21k
  79. The Provisions for the Support and Responsibility of the Judges (Hamilton)  - 9k
  80. The Judicial Department in Relation to the Extent of Its Powers (Hamilton)  - 17k
  81. The Judicial Department in the Distribution of Its Authority (Hamilton)  - 26k
  82. The Judicial Department in Reference to Miscellaneous Questions (Hamilton)  - 12k
  83. The Judicial Department in Relation to the Trial by Jury (Hamilton)  - 37k
  84. Concerning Several Miscellaneous Objections (Hamilton)  - 28k
  85. Conclusion (Hamilton)  - 19k The Federalist Papers, Alexander Hamilton, James Madison, John Jay, utility of the union, constitutional convention, founding fathers, defense of the constitution