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Federalist Homework - Federalist #10 1. The complaints of...

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Federalist #10 1. The complaints of the people are that the government in place presently is too unstable, it overlooks the overall well-being of the citizens because of the differences rivalry, and justice is overruled by the interest of the most influential people not the general public. Madison thinks these complaints hold some degree of truth to them. 2. Madison’s definition of faction is “amounting to a majority or minority… who are united and actuated by some common impulse of passion… adversed to the rights of other citizen, or the permanent and aggregate interests of the community”. 3. The two methods are denying citizen to the liberty they are entitled to and by making every citizen equal in thoughts, desires, and general welfare. Madison thinks both methods are unattainable and impossible and even violate the rights of men. He is not in favor of removing the causes. 4. The “latent causes of faction” are seen in everyday life not limited to religion, apprehension of the government, advocating of certain leaders even as they compete for
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