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Federalist Articles - Section_Notes

Federalist Articles - Section_Notes - ECONOMIC struggles...

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Federalist Articles Direct/Indirect Democracy DIRECT DEMOCRACY - Common man is taking power - Verges on anarchy - Tyranny of people - Hard for people to assemble - Redistributive nature of laws of legislature Madison’s attitude to government: Federalist #10 - Lockean ideal - Filtering Process - Causes of faction are natural - Differences in human faculties Madison justifies inequality of property and success
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Unformatted text preview: ECONOMIC struggles behind political struggle between egalitarian democracy and a less egalitarian republic Madison – Filtering process Options are given to representatives who listen and filter what is good for the public and then restate it Rousseau - Private self goes against Civic Self, everyone wants civic self but are more used to private self...
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