Federalist Papers (The Federalist): Selected full-text books and articles
The Federalist: With the Letters of "Brutus" Cambridge University Press, 2003PRIMARY SOURCE
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One United People: The Federalist Papers and the National Idea University Press of Kentucky, 1990
The Federalist's Vision of Popular Sovereignty in the New American Republic LFB Scholarly, 2002
Blueprints for the Constitution Insight on the News, Vol. 14, No. 46, December 14, 1998
Locke, Hobbes, and the Federalist Papers: An Essay on the Genesis of the American Political Heritage Southern Illinois University Press, 1979
Librarian’s tip: Chap. 7 "The Federalist: From the Truth of Speculation to the Utility of Practice"
The Political Theory of a Compound Republic: Designing the American Experiment Univ of Nebraska, 1987 (2nd edition)
Librarian’s tip: The Federalist is discussed throughout
FREE! Essays in Historical Criticism C. Scribner's Sons, 1901
Librarian’s tip: "The Authorship of The Federalist" begins on p. 113
History of Political Philosophy Rand McNally, 1963
Librarian’s tip: "The Federalist" begins on p. 573
The Federalists, the Antifederalists, and the American Political Tradition Greenwood Press, 1992
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