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James Madison

James Madison is considered the most influential contributor to the United States Constitution, and he worked vigorously to see it ratified. He also contributed to The Federalist Papers to explain…

John Jay

John Jay was one of the heavy-hitters in the early days of the United States, a "founding father" who was a member of the Continental Congress and the first Chief Justice of the United States Supreme…

Government Documents

*/ /*-->*/ /*-->*/ /*-->*/ The U.S. Constitution created the current government of the United States in 1789. In law and government, primary sources are vitally important; they are quite…

Vojislav Kostunica

Yugoslavia's new president is both a Western liberal and Serb nationalist by David Johnson   President Vojislav Kostunica addresses the federal parliament on Oct. 7, 2000, in Belgrade…

Classics

United States HistoryCommon SenseThomas Paine's Pro-Revolution Pamphlet Give Me Liberty...Patrick Henry's Famous Speech The Federalist PapersA critical study of the U.S. Constitution…

Alexander Hamilton

Great American statesman In the years after the Revolutionary war, Hamilton practiced law. He often defended pro-British Loyalists. Not only did he feel it was time to put the…

United States Documents

Subjects » Geography » History » Language Arts » Mathematics » Science » Social Studies Homework Skills Writing | Research Speaking & Listening Studying Reference Sources Almanac…

The Federalist Papers: The Federalist Papers

by AlexanderHamilton, JamesMadison and JohnJayThe Federalist Papers The Federalist Papers were a series of 85 essays written by Alexander Hamilton, John Jay, and James Madison between…

U.S. Constitution Primer

Balancing the rights of the federal government, the states, and individuals by Shmuel Ross U.S. Constitution Quizzes The Legislative Branch (Article I) The Excutive and Judicial Branches…