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Cato I

Cato IThursday, September 27, 1787by For the New York Journal.To the Citizens of the State of New York: The Convention, who sat at Philadelphia, have at last delivered to Congress that system…

Cato V

Cato VNovember 22, 1787by CatoTo the Citizens of the State of New York.In my last number I endeavored to prove that the language of the article relative to the establishment of the executive o…

Cato VII

Cato VII73 January 1788by CatoTo the Citizens of the State of New York.That the senate and president are further improperly connected, will appear, if it is considered, that their dependence o…

Cato II

Cato IIThursday, October 11, 1787by For the New York Journal.To the Citizens of the State of New York: Remember, O my friends! the laws, the rights, The generous plan of power deliver'd down B…

Cato III

Cato III25 October 1787by See also Federalist No. 14To the Citizens of the State of New York, In the close of my last introductory address, I told you that my object in the future would be to …

Cato IV

Cato IVVarious Fears Concerning the Executive Department8 November 1787by Admitting, however, that the vast extent of America, together with the various other reasons which I offered you in m…

Cato VI

Cato VIThurdsay, December 16, 1787by See also Federalist No. 54, The Apportionment of Members Among the StatesFor the New York Journal, &c.To the people of the state of New York The next o…

Brewer's: Cato

He is a Cato. A man of simple life, severe morals, self-denying habits, strict justice, brusque manners, blunt of speech, and of undoubted patriotism, like the Roman censor of that name. …

William Cato CRAMER

CRAMER, William Cato, a Representative from Florida; born in Denver, Colo., August 4, 1922; attended the public schools and St. Petersburg Junior College; United States Naval Reserves, 1943-194…

Part III. Letters of Cato

AbstractAnother early series of articles criticizing the proposed Constitution were published in the New York Journal under the pseudonym "Cato", in honor of the Roman defender of republican v…