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Federalist

One who believes in or advocates a political system in which the central government has certain, enumerated powers, and other government responsibilities are delegated to lower levels of government. For example, a federalist system may designate the central government to handle monetary policy and foreign affairs, but delegate most other matters to the provinces or states.
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The Federalist Papers represent a great source of the political thought of America's Founders, and the best explanation and defense of the Constitution as understood by the Founders themselves," said Dr.
The charges against Chase, however, were his High Federalist harangues, especially one bemoaning Republican "mobocracy" during a charge to a grand jury (when the justices rode circuit).
The suggestive assessment of a "dry or "turgid" style that is "not easy to read or hear" must be addressed by those looking to read The Federalist as it was written, as deliberative rhetoric meant to persuade.
Moreover, there was almost blithe arrogance in the federalist "no" camp throughout much of the campaign.
The government and congress exploit Libya's wealth and use it to serve their agendas," said Ibrahim Al-Jathran, the former head of an oil protection security unit who defected and seized eastern ports as a self-styled federalist chieftain.
Karim Al-Barase, a federalist activist, said federalists were planning to set up a new oil company in the east to handle the region's oil exports transparently.
The Federalist Society Student Symposium attracts hundreds of law student members from across the country each year.
Federalist Society stands for taking the law back and returning government to the people.
He said that listing the PML-N's federalist achievements Khan cited the example of the Council of Common Interests.
The Federalists gave Patrick Henry a congressional seat to help draft the U.
This is no small task for a book of just over two hundred pages, about a hundred pages of which are taken up by the texts of the Declaration; Constitution; Federalist Papers 10, 39, 48, 49, and 51; and Madison's "Property.
Articles of Confederation, Alexander Hamilton argued in Federalist No.