Federalist No. 78 - Judiciary under the Constitution

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In Federalist No. 78, Alexander Hamilton primarily discusses which department of the proposed government?

According to Hamilton, how long are judges appointed by the United States supposed to hold their offices?

What does Hamilton consider as valuable for maintaining an impartial judiciary?

According to Hamilton, which branch of government is considered the least dangerous?

What does Hamilton mention as lacking in the judiciary branch?

What is the proposed tenure for judges according to Hamilton in Federalist No. 78?

What is the central idea of Federalist No. 68?

According to Alexander Hamilton, what is the significance of the people's input in choosing the President?

What does Hamilton mention as a way to reduce the likelihood of extraordinary or violent movements during the election process?

What does Hamilton praise the Constitution for guarding against in the election process?

What does Hamilton argue ensures the Executive's independence from influences that could compromise his duty?

What does Federalist No. 68 emphasize about the mode of electing the President?

What is one reason given by Hamilton for selecting individuals capable of analyzing the qualities required for the presidential office?

What does Hamilton argue against regarding appointing members across departments?

According to Federalist No. 68, what does dividing and arranging powers as a safeguard help mitigate?

What does Hamilton argue should counteract ambition according to Federalist No. 68?

What is emphasized as an effective protector of civil rights according to Federalist No. 68?

In Federalist No. 78, what does Alexander Hamilton argue about the judiciary's function?

According to James Madison in Federalist No. 10, what is the main solution proposed to control the effects of factions?

What is one of the key differences between a democracy and a republic as highlighted by James Madison in Federalist No. 10?

According to James Madison in Federalist No. 39, how does he define a republic?

In Federalist No. 51, what does the author explore the necessity of within the government structure?

According to Alexander Hamilton in Federalist No. 78, what does he argue about judicial review?

What does James Madison argue about factions in Federalist No. 10?

According to James Madison in Federalist No. 39, what is unique about the proposed Constitution's combination of federal and national elements?

What is emphasized as an effective protector of civil rights according to Federalist No. 51?

According to James Madison in Federalist No. 39, how does he define a republic?

According to Alexander Hamilton in Federalist No. 78, why does he argue for the permanency of judicial offices?

What does James Madison argue about factions in Federalist No. 10?

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Explore the key points and arguments in Federalist No. 78, where Alexander Hamilton discusses the judiciary department of the proposed government under the Constitution. Learn about the appointment and tenure of judges, and the role of the judiciary in safeguarding the Constitution and individual rights.

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