Brush up on your U.S. History – The Federalist Papers and the U.S. Constitution.
John Jay, Alexander Hamilton, and James Madison wrote the Federalist Papers in order to urge New Yorkers to ratify the proposed United States Constitution. The Library of Congress provides easy links to all 85 of them on one page.
Here’s another cool link to the Library of Congress’ page regarding the U.S. Constitution. Many resources here will be of interest, including The James Madison Papers.
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Posted on June 22, 2010, in God, Politics, Recommendations and tagged Alexander Hamilton, Constitution, Declaration of Independence, Federalist Papers, Freedom, James Madison, John Jay, Liberty. Bookmark the permalink. 1 Comment.
These works are definitely worth the time it takes to read and digest them. Unfortunately many people and politicians seem to no longer be persuaded and inspired by the principles of the Constitution and their distillation through the Federalist Papers. Maybe we can help change that by referring to them often–