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1 Coauthor of the Federalist Papers, 1st Chief Justice of the United States (1789-1794).
2 Like an increasing number of Quebeckers, Mr Dumont refuses to define himself as either a federalist or a separatist.
3 He used his half of the prize money (he Shared the prize with British scientist Richard Roberts, who used his winnings to install a croquet lawn in his front yard) to buy an old Federalist house.
4 You can't be federalist on your own," points out francois Heisbourg of the International Institute for Strategic Studies in Paris.
5 woman will have more commendation in being the mother of heroes, " said a federalist, "than in setting up, Amazon-like, for a heroine herself.
6 Many in federalist circles were quick to dismiss Ireland's no voters as ignorant and bamboozled by the lies of anti-Lisbon campaigners.
7 very different than this federalist decentralized structure of both of these countries.
8 I am a federalist,” Mr Sarkozy told his colleagues. Injoining the euro, countries had to surrender some sovereignty.
9 He even described scientific management as "the most powerful as well as the most lasting contribution America has made to Western thought since the 'Federalist Papers'."
10 For the new Bond is now said to be a European federalist in disguise.
11 Federalist judges in effect ignored the truth-as-defense provision, and applied it as their English counterparts would have done, punishing the very utterance as a libel.
12 Federalist leaders, especially, appealed to Adams' weaknesses when they wanted his support.
13 Piet Dankert, then Europe minister, drafted a version of the Maastricht treaty that was too federalist even for Luxembourg (it was rejected).
14 Adams was a Federalist.
15 writers of The Federalist Papers were concerned about the relationship between popular government and human nature.
16 Mr Cameron openly opposes his candidacy as he considers him a die-hard federalist who would be unable and unwilling to reform the European Union.
17 This, the Federalist leaders said, showed that Jefferson would not even think of trying to destroy their program.
18 He also helped write the Federalist Papers with James Madison and John Jay.
19 These ideas, together with Montesquieu's virtuous, peaceful, moderate and equal republic, helped to build up the theoretical foundation for the federalist republicanism;
20 Name one of the writers of the Federalist Papers.
21 Washington's Farewell Address, Madison's Federalist Paper No. 10 and Jefferson's First Inaugural Address provide insight into the early spirit of American public administration.
22 Madison on reason and on factions: Federalist No. 10, 55.
23 opposition Federalist Party was dead. It was no longer an election threat.
24 He belonged to the Federalist Party.
25 This paper will argue that the failure to renew the First Bank of the United state's charter was a direct result of the strong ideological differences between state centered and federalist politics.
26 During the French Revolution, partisan groups such as the Enragés and the sans-culottes saw a turning point in the fermentation of anti-state and federalist sentiments.
27 Any contributions were voluntary, and in the debates of 1788, the Federalists (who supported the proposed new Constitution) claimed that state politicians acted unilaterally, and contributed when the Continental army protected their state's interests.
28 The Anti-Federalists claimed that state politicians understood their duty to the Union and contributed to advance its needs.
29 Dougherty (2009) concludes that generally the States' behavior validated the Federalist analysis.
30 Historian Forrest McDonald, using the ideas of James Madison from Federalist 39, describes the change this way: The constitutional reallocation of powers created a new form of government, unprecedented under the sun.