The Federalist Papers Explained - DVD
The Federalist Papers Explained - DVD

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In the days of the founding of the US republic, the Founding Fathers famously debated the pros and cons of the newly proposed government in a series of public essays. There were 3 Founding Fathers who used the pen-name "Publius" to argue the Federalist position (a strong centralized federal government) while another set of Founding Fathers wrote under the name of "Brutus" to push the Antifederalist position (a loose union with a decentralized government). The Federalist Papers aren't just a series of old articles for history students; they debate the nature of government itself. Their contents have been used by the Supreme Court as a reference. Learn more about them and their importance.
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