James Madison, Alexander Hamilton, and John Jay wrote the Federalist Papers
He wrote 50 of the Federalist Papers - he was definitely a Federalist, as in a supporter of the Constitution.
Yes, indeed John Jay was a Federalist. He also co-wrote the Federalist Papers.
Alexander Hamilton. He wrote 52 of the 85 Federalist essays.
James Madison wrote essay #10.
Mostly Alexander Hamilton
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James Madison was a federalist. He and two other federalists wrote the "Federalist Papers" under the pen name of "Publius", supporting ratification of the Constitution. He was indeed a federalist.
Yes. Alexander Hamilton wrote 52 of the Federalist Papers.
Alexander Hamilton, James Madison and John Jay were the men who wrote the Federalist papers.
Robert Yates wrote the paper under the pseudonym "Brutus".
Alexander Hamilton, James Madison, and John Jay wrote the Federalist, as propaganda to get NY to approve the Constitution. Alexander Hamilton supported an even stronger federal government, but he decided to support the Constitution and become a crucial asset in its promotion. James Madison wrote the most famous of the Federalist essays, Federalist 10. The Federalist began as a piece of propaganda but slowly emerged as a very important set of writings in American History.
John Fenno was a federalist. He wrote the Gazette of the United States, which was a pro-federalist newspaper. You can check Wikipedia for more information. Hope this helps!
These 85 essays were known as "The Federalist" (or the "Federalist Papers")
Hamilton wrote his 51 essays of the Federalist Papers, and devised the idea, because he was becoming increasingly worried over the fate of the new Constitution. New York was a battalion of anti-Federalists who were bent on not ratifying the Constitution. Hamilton wrote the Federalist Papers, with James Madison, to provide a breakdown of the Constitution and why it would protect people's rights. The Federalist of the Federalist Papers is NOT the same Federalist of the Federalist Party. Federalists in the Federalist Papers really just means someone who supports the Constitution.
Alexander Hamilton. Hamilton did not write all the Federalist Papers. Its generally agreed by historians that Hamilton wrote 51 of the articles, John Jay wrote 5, and James Madison wrote 29.
The people who wrote the Federalist Papers were James Madison, Alexander Hamilton, and John Jay. Their purpose was to ratify the Constitution and make the new nation a better place.
They wrote the Federalist papers.