The Federalist Papers

James Madison (Author) John Jay (Author)
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ENDURING LITERATURE ILLUMINATED
BY PRACTICAL SCHOLARSHIP

Alexander Hamilton, James Madison, and John Jay's brilliant and controversial collection of essays and articles that define and explain the ideals upon which the United States of America was founded.

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Product Details

Price
$7.95
Publisher
Simon & Schuster
Publish Date
July 01, 2004
Pages
708
Dimensions
4.34 X 1.21 X 6.76 inches | 0.73 pounds
Language
English
Type
Mass Market Paperbound
EAN/UPC
9780743487719

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About the Author

James Neal Madison also is the painter of the lithograph, The Highland Charge at Drummossie Muir, Battle of Culloden, April 16, 1746. Published by Pelican, this vivid, full-color print is in its second edition printing.
A statesman, diplomat, abolitionist, and Founding Father, John Jay (1745-1829) served as the first chief justice of the United States, the second governor of New York, and played a pivotal role in ratifying the US Constitution.