The Federalist Papers notes first

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The Federalist Papers Notes #’s:10, 45,46,51,63 45-46 - The state governments gain from the relationship with the federal government. The federal government serves to protect states from disputes with their neighbors, to grant powers in the state governments and to provide the additional support of the people. - The federal government will be the most important in times of war and danger, the state government in times of peace and security. - Both the federal and state governments have authority to check the power of
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Unformatted text preview: the other. The state governments clearly have an advantage because the people are more attached to them and the federal government depends on the states for elections. A local spirit will inevitably control the members of Congress, and make them inclined to focus more on local rather than national goals.-Sovereignty- supreme and independent power or authority in government as possessed or claimed by a state or community....
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