Lecture 9_7 - Federalist #10 and Federalism 9/7 Lecture...

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Federalist #10 and Federalism 9/7 Lecture Outline Federalist #10 Basics of Federalism Constitutional Bases of Federalism
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Exam #1 40 multiple choice questions + one bonus Breakdown of questions Review Session: 6-8 p.m., Sept. 11 th , BRNG 2243
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Federalist #10 Federalist papers: part of a campaign; persuade citizens to support a republic
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Federalist #10 What problem concerned Madison?
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Federalist #10 Two ways to deal with factions : Remove the causes of faction (which can be done in two ways) OR Control their effects
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Federalist #10 Government created by U.S. Constitution was designed to control factions
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Federalist #10 How does the government control factions? Regular elections Representative democracy Large republic Federal system
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Federalism Importance of Definition: Each citizen is subject to two different governments; Each government has an autonomous sphere of influence and separate existence
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Dispersion of Power Unitary Federal Confederation ------------------------------------ Centralized Decentralized
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Why federalism? Balance experiences with Great
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Lecture 9_7 - Federalist #10 and Federalism 9/7 Lecture...

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