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Launching the “Extended Republic”: The Federalist Era
Ronald Hoffman (ed); Peter J. Albert (ed)
For the newly united states under the Constitution, the central question during the 1790s was whether the center would hold. James Madison & his colleagues had envisioned an “extended republic” & had given it structural expression in the document they crafted in Phila. in the summer of 1787. Would it actually prove able to hold the republic together, establish the foundation of a firm national economy, & give the nation a respectable presence abroad? Would the centrifugal forces that threatened the new nation overwhelm & irrevocably splinter the great experiment in republican government? The essays by 10 distinguished authors in this volume explore some of the potentially divisive realities that characterized the Federalist Era.
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