"factions are caused by groups with interests contrary to the rights of others of the whole community."
Removing the causes of mischief or controlling the effects of the mischief.
He refers to 'faction' as a political group of people.
Madison defines a faction as "a number of citizens, whether amounting to a minority or majority of the whole, who are united and actuated by some common impulse of passion, or of interest, adverse to the rights of other citizens, or to the permanent and aggregate interests of the community".
A special interest or a special interest group.
James Madison in The Federalist No. 10
Liberty is to faction what air is to fire. James Madison says this in Federalist #10. It pretty much means like if you were to remove liberty would be to remove the air, which is essential to life.
"I think it was Madison who wanted as many factions as possible so that no single faction could take power." Yahoo Answers
IN the newspaper "the federalist" he wrote that no faction would be able to control the government because the USA is too big
Madison states the most common and durable source of a faction is unequal distribution of property. Property holders and non property holders have different interests in society.
remove its causescontrol the effects.
The various and unequal divisions of property :) -your welcome
Madison defines faction as, "...a number of citizens whether amounting to a majority or minority of the whole, who are united and actuated by some common impulse of passion, or interest, adverse to the rights of other citizens, or to the permanent and aggregate interests of the community." This is quoted from the Internet address http://www.geocities.com/CapitolHill/7947/Republic.html
OPTIONS: limit the ability to form factions raise taxes on factions to lessen their power depend on only enlightened legislators serving in government control the influence factions have on government
James Madison worked as rector for the University of Virginia and did various other civil causes.
yes but they also wrestle individual and as a faction just not doing to much with out Angelina Love.
James Madison believed in the power of rhetoric and logic, believing all positions could be addressed and debated in cases of spirit and faction. This was especially beneficial if one group felt they were being discriminated against by another group, or having their needs denied for the benefit of the whole, argument was needed to resolve these conflicts.
According to census.gov, the 2007 population estimate for Madison, Wisconsin is 228,775.
Madison defines factions as a number of citizens (representing either the minority or majority of the whole) who are united by common passions and interests. Examples of factions today are political parties and unions.
Democracy, freedom. Federalist 10 by James Madison address this directly. As long as there is freedom, faction will develop. Faction here refers to political parties and other forms of groups people use to promote their political opinions.
Madison first asserts that there are two ways to limit the damage caused by faction: either remove the causes of faction or control its effects. He contends that there are two ways to remove the causes that provoke the development of factions. The first would work because "liberty is to faction what air is to fire" but it is impossible to perform because liberty is essential to political life and is what Americans have fought for during the revolutionary war. The other, creating a society homogeneous in opinions and interests, he sees as impractical. Impractical because common people's opinions are always influenced by their emotions and their self-interest. They don't always think clearly, they don't approach situations in the same way. The diversity of people's ability which make them succeed more or less and in which inequality of property derive is a right that the government should protect. Madison particularly emphasizes that economic stratification, which naturally exists in a world where different people have different skills, prevents everyone from sharing the same opinion. Madison concludes that the damage caused by faction can be limited only by controlling its effects. He then argues that the only problem comes from majority factions because the principle of popular sovereignty should prevent minority factions from gaining power. Madison offers two ways to check majority factions: either prevent the "existence of the same passion or interest in a majority at the same time," or render a majority faction unable to act. Madison concludes that a small democracy cannot avoid the dangers of majority faction because small size means that undesirable passions can very easily spread to a majority of the people, which can then enact its will through the democratic government without difficulty.
According to Merriam-Webster (m-w.com), faction means "a party or group that is often contentious or self-seeking." A synonym might be splinter group.
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)
Madison argued that in an extensive Republic interest groups (factions as he called them) will be so numerous and varied that no one faction or group of factions will be able to control government and impose their will on the minority.
According to Madison The Different Internets arise in a civilization nation wanted a strong Federal government.
According to James Madison, the difference between a democracy and a republic is that a democracy is a government ruled by the people and a republic is a country that is owned by the people. James Madison was one of the writers of the Declaration of Independence.