James Madison's Federalist No. 51 centers on two important ideas in the Federalists' argument
for a new constitution: the separation of powers and the "tyranny of the majority."
I really want to learn the meaning of both of these ideas. Also, in specific terms and with direct references to No. 51, I want to know how, according to Madison, the separation of powers would help to guard the new republic against tyranny. I would really appreciate it some help here.
Federalist No. 51 talks about the separation of powers and the tyranny of the majority. The separation of powers refers to... View the full answer