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The new edition has additions. First, on the advice of Stephen Stigler I we've changed the desk of Contents by means of what he calls an Analytic desk of Contents. Following the name of every part or subsection is an outline of the content material of the part. This fabric is helping the reader in different methods, for instance: by way of giving a synopsis of the booklet, by way of explaining the place a number of the facts tables are and what they care for, by means of telling what idea is defined the place. We did a number of designated complete reviews for the Federalist papers in addition to many minor facet reports. a few or all may perhaps supply info either to the utilized and the theoretical reader. We as a result attempt to supply during this Contents greater than the few cryptic phrases in a piece heading to ~peed readers to find what they need. Seconq, now we have ready an additional bankruptcy facing authorship paintings released from. approximately 1969 to 1983. even though a bankruptcy can't compre­ hensively Gover a box the place many books now seem, it could point out such a lot ofthe book-length works and the most thread of authorship' reports released in English. We founq biblical authorship experiences so vast and com­ plicated that we inspiration it necessary to point a few papers that might convey out the controversies which are happening. we are hoping we have now given the flavour of advancements over the 15 years pointed out. we've got additionally corrected a number of typographical errors.

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Later he adopted a "strict construction" theory of the Constitution. Hamilton used the meansend idea to support the creation of the National Bank, and Jefferson and Madison the "strict construction" to try to strike it down. , claiming it to be based on Hamilton's own writing in his own copy. The letter announced that the executors of Hamilton's will deposited the copy in the Publick Library of New York. That copy has been missing for over 150 years. The list coincides with another list, the "Benson list," not made * The New York Times, p.

Similarly he felt the "joint" papers 18, 19, 20 could be fairly assigned to Madison. On balance, he concluded Madison's Gideon list to be correct. Paul Leicester Ford (1898) took up the fight and also analyzed the disputed papers, giving 49-51 to Madison, and 52-58 and 62 and 63 to Hamilton. He also awarded 47 and 48 to Hamilton, clouding matters a bit more. 3 Adair, cited earlier, decided on the basis of all the historical evidence he could find, including his own original researches, that Madison wrote the disputed 12 papers, and was largely responsible for the joint papers 18, 19, and 20.

Litel on bet"'ccn the Ame- I from the li,h! iew~ b, foreign natinn.. or even by the filter of reprefcntatioD, which i. the nI.. ,. St·t... I whilft it can fcarcely be doubttd, lhat if the former moye. an4 whie" . ' ~ --,~, ru A ......... 1',. -. r..... 111. , tI I ma, i Detail from The Federalist No. 63 (numbered 62 in the original numbering system) as it appeared in The Ne~-York Packet, March 4, 1788. This essay, one of twelve Federahst pap~rs whose authorship has been in dispute between Alexander HamIlton and James Madison, also appeared in The Independent Journal, March 1, 1788.

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