The Federalist Papers

1. The Federalist Papers, written by Madison, Hamilton and Jay as a series of  85 essays/articles published under the pseudonym Publius in order to advocate (to the New York electorate) and explain the then proposed United States Constitution, the most significant and contemporaneous source for divining the true meaning of the Founders intent, as embodied in the United States Constitution, published in 1787, J. & A. McLean,  New York, 1st Edition. 2 volumes 945612605 (6” X 4” X 1 3/4”) Rare Fine.

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