Who was the main person involved in the Federalist Papers?
Alexander Hamilton. He wrote 52 of the 85 Federalist essays.
James Madison, Alexander Hamilton, and John Jay all wrote under the name Publius, latin for "public" I think. All of the essays they wrote were later put together and called the "Federalist Papers". I know James Madison played a major role in drafting and ratifying the Constitution, which was the main subject of the Federalist Papers, but I don't know if the Papers had a principal author.
Thomas Jefferson and James Madison were founders of the National Gazette, a Democratic-Republican newspaper published by American poet Philip Morin Freneau between 1791 and 1793. Thomas Jefferson, an Anti-Federalist, was the main financial supporter. Alexander Hamilton was the primary financial supporter of a rival partisan newspaper, Gazette of the United States. The two tabloids are often confused because of their similar names and because each involved one of the original authors of the Federalist Papers.
What is referred to as the Federalist Papers were actually initially called: The Federalist, a Set of Essays, etc. It is a collection of 85 essays written by Alexander Hamilton (51 essays); Madison (29); and John Jay (05). Hamilton was the Father of the Federalist Papers. He conceived of the idea in October 1787 and obtained the other coauthors. The reason for the Federalist Papers: The previous month, 39 delegates from 12 states adopted the…