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<ol><li>Our text talks about Factions (p.26) "James Madison argued that the numerous checks

inherent in a federal system would control the effects of factions, making 'it less probable that a majority of the whole will have a motive to invade the rights of other citizens.'" What does this mean? Does the fact that a minority (Tea Party Republicans) of the majority (Republicans) in the Congress can stifle all work, prove Madison’s point.</li></ol>

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