Saving our Constitutional Republic – A Review of Federalist Paper #8

The primary thrust of arguments in the first few Federalist Papers has been national security – protection of the citizenry from not only foreign dangers and maritime powers, but from inevitable internal disputes between independent states.

In essay #8, Hamilton focuses on the importance of the UNION of states to prevent internal wars whereas earlier essays dealt mainly with national security from foreign powers.


Go to the GrAdeSaver Summary of Federalist #8

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