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2 points

yes this is true and elites with a large republic,elites representing the people will make decisions based on the long term interests of them.

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girl, power will be disputed plus those in charge will represent normal people and act in their long term interest. this can be found on page 304 of federalist 10 :)

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According to Federalist 10 "our governments are too unstable; that the public good is disregarded" these state governments are too democratic.

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Actually having a central government will make power become dispersed and divided.

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Actually having a strong central government will be good for us because we will be protected from tyranny, gain dispersed power, and it will increase citizen participation.

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Actually having a strong central government will be good for us because we will be protected from tyranny, gain dispersed power, and it will increase citizen participation.

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As a federalist i believe that America needs a stronger central government and stronger executive because a stronger federal government allows for quicker and more decision policy action. The government in this case can pursue their agenda with less gridlock and potentially accomplish a lot more. I also believe that we do not necessarily need a bill of rights because the constitution is sufficient enough to protect our rights.

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