The Federalist: The Famous Papers on the Principles of American Government

by , ,

Write The First Customer Review

At the height of the debates over the adoption of the Constitution in 1787-88, a series of articles began to appear in a New York journal. Their author, calling himself "Publius, " urged the ratification of the new constitution, offering -- in Thomas Jefferson's words -- "the best commentary on the principles of government which was ever written." These eighty-five articles, commonly known as "The Federalist Papers, " were, in reality, the work of three men: Alexander Hamilton, James Madison, and John Jay Their purpose was ...

The Federalist: The Famous Papers on the Principles of American Government 2002, MetroBooks (NY), New York, NY

ISBN-13: 9781586635725

Hardcover

Select