DOC 2 HW 4

DOC 2 HW 4 - 3. What is the argument that Hamilton poses...

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Ng 1 Sharon Ng Professor Skrentny, TA Megan Strom DOC 2 – C06 19 January 2011 Homework Assignment #4 5 Discussion Questions Federalist #10 – Madison 1. Madison states that factions are detrimental to democracy because it creates instability of government. What are factions, their sources, and the ways to remove them? Is it even possible to remove them? Why or why not? 2. Why is it better to have a large republic over a small republic? Federalist #78 – Hamilton
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Unformatted text preview: 3. What is the argument that Hamilton poses about the importance of independent judicial branch, and why is this beneficial to society? Democracy in America Tocqueville 4. What are the two kinds of centralization mentioned in this piece and how do they relate to justice? 5. What does Tocqueville say about democracy? Is it problematic or good? If it is problematic, what could possibly combat these problems?...
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