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Objective: SWBAT explain the arguments for ratifying the US Constitution as written by James Madison and Alexander Hamilton. Annotate the Federalist Papers In the lead-in to the Ratification of the US Constitution, Alexander Hamilton, James Madison, and John Jay wrote a series of essays known as the Federalist Papers. These documents were published in newspapers and were intended to convince a wary population that ratification was necessary for the new nation to survive. These essays were all signed with the pen name “Publius.” Publius was a Roman Senator during the time of the Roman republic. Your assignment is to annotate/outline one of the essays (assigned by your teacher) and summarize each main argument. Federalist 10, 47, 48, 51, and 78 The primary source documents are attached. 1) You should outline/annotate each numbered section or paragraph and explain the
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