• anonymous
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  • anonymous
In Federalist #39, Publius (Madison) argues in great detail that the government created by the new Constitution will be a hybridized mixture of federal and national elements. a) Explain what Madison means by the terms “federal” and “national” in this context. b) Why is the process of “establishing the Constitution” a federal act (as opposed to a national act)? c) How are the “sources from which the ordinary powers of government” derived from a mixture of federal and national? d) Why is the “operation of the government” best characterized as national? e) How is the “authority by which amendments” might be added to the Constitution best characterized as a mixture of federal and national?

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