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    What is the importance of the Federalist # 10 by James Madison?

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    There are a variety of reasons why the Federalist Papers are important to the history of the United States.

    First and foremost, they were a series of papers written by James Madison, with input and help from Alexander Hamilton and John Jay between October 1787 and May 1788, all whom were significant and influential during the founding era. James Madison is considered the man behind the format of the constitution and later went on to become President of the United States. Alexander Hamilton was a cabinet member under the leadership of President ...

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    The importance of the Federalist Papers and how they came to be developed.

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