The Federalist Papers

Federalist 23

Three points addressed for the necessity of Constitution. 



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The the topic of this Federalist paper, authored by Alexander Hamilton, is the "necessity of a Constitution, at least equally energetic with the one proposed, to the preservation of the Union." He outlines three main points:

1) what the Federal Government should provide

2) the amount of power necessary to carry out their positions

3) who in the government should do this