Machiavelli and The Federalist.

Hawley, Michael C.

2011

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  • The Federalist Papers are considered by many to be the most revealing guide to the thought underpinning the United States Constitution. Written chiefly by James Madison and Alexander Hamilton (with a small contribution by John Jay) under the pseudonym of Publius, The Federalist advocated for the ratification of the new Constitution. Niccolò Machiavelli was a Renaissance republican thinker, whose ... read more
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