Of all the Federalist Papers written by John Jay, James Madison, and Alexander Hamilton, perhaps the most famous and the one most quoted is Federalist No. 10, by Madison. Many people had argued against the new Constitution claiming that the US would be too large to govern as a democracy (republic) and had too many groups, or “factions,” as political parties were then called. While Madison acknowledged that there were many differing factions, he also indicated that a democratic form of government, using the ideal of majority rule, would tame the factions and cause them to work together as much as possible. He claimed that the republican form of government created by the new Constitution would allow all the factions the room and venues to express themselves and to influence the workings of government by getting their members elected and/or appointed to offices. Minority groups would be protected because the factions would have to negotiate their differences. In this way, the republic would create a system of government in which the majority would rule but the ideas of the minority would have to be taken into consideration. Numerous factions would also mean that no one group would be able to take complete control of the government and this would give rise to what Madison called “politics,” namely, the art of governing.
James Madison in 1787.
Yes, because in a republic government, Madison believed that many problems that plagued democracy could be fixed. He stated that one of the advantages of a Republic was that a chosen body of citizens, whose thoughts and beliefs represented the true interests of the country, would be more likely to elect respectable representatives than a large faction electing representatives who only portrayed the views of their faction
In Federalist No. 10, Madison asked why governments often act according to the interests of overbearing majorities rather than according to the principles of justice. He attributed the problem to " the mischiefs of faction." People, he argued, are divided into opposing religious, geographical, ethnic, economic, and other factions. These divisions are natural and desirable in that free people have a right to their personal opinions and interests. Yet if faction gains full power, it will seek to use government to advance itself at the expense of all others. (federalist No.10 is widely known regarded as the finest political essay ever written by an American)
juan mata from spain
Probably Ramsay McDonald in 1924
He has to live somewhere and 10 Downing Street is his Official Residence.
cos he is a foo;l who looks like shrek lol
Little monetary value. Maybe 100 or so
A number of a sieve means how far apart the holes are as in the wires are closer together so bigger items stay in the sieve and so on
Hello, This cream is manufactured by Richfeel Health and Beauty and is available at its clinic at Banjara Hills rd no10, Hyderabad.
If a cable insulation is described as RHW, you would be able to use the cable for what maximum temperature? A. 194°FB. 140°FC. 86°FD. 167°F
The cast of Juninin no yasashii nihonjin - 1991 includes: Kazuyuki Aijima as Jury No2 Michiko Hayashi as Jury No10 Zen Kajiwara as Jury No7 Katsumi Muramatsu as Jury No9 Sansei Shiomi as Jury No1 Etsushi Toyokawa as Jury No11 Yorie Yamashita as Jury No8
Special Procedure for 1990 monter. First you ground the No10 terminal on the Computer's Diagnostic port. Second, you ground the timing wire located on the fireware near the brake master. (it easy to find, its one strand wire with a connecter acting as a cover on it.) Make sure you have a timing gun, and know how to use it. Get ready to check idle speed with tachometer tool. From this point on, its conventional knowledge... Goodluck.
Michiko Hayashi has: Performed in "Hourou-ki" in 1962. Performed in "Uzushio" in 1964. Played herself in "Tetsuko no heya" in 1976. Played Omiki in "Akuma no temari-uta" in 1977. Performed in "Buriki no kunsho" in 1981. Played Kinuyo Saotome in "Shukuji" in 1985. Played Kiyoko Nakahara in "Itoshi no Chi-Pappa" in 1986. Played Tae Wataumi in "Yushun" in 1988. Played Jury No10 in "Juninin no yasashii nihonjin" in 1991. Performed in "Mukashi no otoko" in 2001. Performed in "Tanemaku tabibito: Minori no cha" in 2012.
The English Prime minister resides at No10 Downing Street (currently Gordon Brown Feb 2008)and his name is Gordon brown.One small problem with the above Gordon Brown is the British Prime Minister & He's SCOTTISH ! Please refer to 'England ' as either GB or UK. England is part of the British Isles and part of the United Kingdom & although I am English, living in England, my Scots, Welsh & Irish compatriots do not enjoy being ignored...............The UK PM ... United Kingdom's or alternately Britain's Prime Minister lives there. It's referred to quite commonly there and in the US as "Number Ten Downing Street"... the US equivalent would be "1600 Pennsylvania Avenue", for The White House.The incumbent Prime Minister.
I'm assuming the question here is asking how to convert the decimal number 10 to binary. First, we need to find the largest power of 2 that will go into 10. 24, or 16, is too large, so we'll go with 23, or 8. The difference between 8 and 10 is 2, which is just 21. So, we can see that 10 can be represented as 23 + 21, which in binary is 1010, because you put a 1 in the 2's place and a 1 in the 8's place. This is how you count to 10 in binary: 0001 (20) 0010 (21) 0011 (21+20) 0100 (22) 0101 (22+20) 0110 (22+21) 1000 (23) 1001 (23+20) 1010 (23+21)
The humor implied by the heading, Ridicolosamente, clearly places No. 10 in thegrotesque line. The "ridiculous" quality comes from the pairing of the incessantaccompanimental pattern with the humorous repetition of the slurred two-note motives in the right hand. A vague yet identifiable key center of G-flat is established in the first two measures. As the left hand pattern continues softly on a first inversion G-flat chord, the right hand plays a sharply contrasting F-natural. At this point it becomes unclear whether the piece is in G-flat major or B-flat minor.As the piece progresses, new motives consisting of augmented harmonies are introduced (measure 11). An unusual cadence based on the tritone occurs in measures 20-21 and at the end in measures 37-38: E dom. 7th to B-flat minor. A stroke of genius by Prokofiev in measures 36-37 results in a halt of the incessant rhythm before concluding with five brief beats on a I-IV-V-I cadence in B-flat minor.3rds are a prominent factor in the makeup of No. 10. The left hand pattern is almostalways in 3rds. Prokofiev also continues the pattern in this particular set of starting thepiece with harmonies based on a 7th: the F-natural in measure 3 against the G-flatharmonic backdrop. As in No. 5, the disjunct melodic element creates a humorous effect.Reference: http://digitalcommons.unl.edu/cgi/viewcontent.cgi? article=1008&context=musicstudent