by Madison was to make evident the importance that the branches of government be
separated but not so significant separated that they cannot hold jurisdiction over certain
powers given to the other branches. Powers given to a department of government can
50 years hence
As a result of so much progress, man can now live in luxury like never before.
Man has come to expect progress, and wouldnt know what to do if it stopped.
Science is the cause of such progress.
Such increased progress has made the futur
After Hamiltons appearance in the New York Assembly and constitutional
convention the nation split in two, dividing itself into two political parties: federalists and
antifederalists. The two parties began to slander each other and soon enough the old
Alexander Hamilton: The Statesman
Alexander Hamilton was an honorable man who came from modest beginnings
and became an influential, political, philosopher that led a weak, struggling and
powerless nation into a vast and complex re