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Federalist Paper No. 28

Summary: An essay on Hamiltons federalist paper no. 28
In the federalist paper no 28. Hamilton was explaining his fear of a federal army. The people believed that if certain strong executive powers were allowed standing armies they would use said army to challenge the liberty of the people. They argued that once the executive power had amassed a powerful enough army, it would be used to intimidate the people into allowing further maintenance of the armed forces through their elected representatives.

The people also feared that the proposed form of government would require military authority to force the people to follow the federal law. Citizens shouldn't be less likely to follow federal law than state law. The more that the federal government influenced state government, which is to say the lives of the common folk, the more accustomed they'd become with its authority. Federal jurisdiction would remain the highest law of the land; local magistrates would be...

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