The Federalist Papers Reader and Historical Documents of Our American Heritage

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Index
Page numbers in boldface refer to the text of the Federalist Papers.
Adams, John, 27
on Hamilton, 16
Adams, Samuel, 10
Amendments to Constitution
citizenship, 205
compensation for public taking of
private property, 203
cruel and unusual punishment, 203
discrimination on basis of gender, 207
discrimination on basis of race, 206
double jeopardy, 203
due process, 203
duration of elected office, 207-208, 209
foreign prosecutions, 204
presidential electoral process, 204-205
presidential succession, 208, 210-211
presidential term limits, 209 process for enacting, 111, 126-128, 185-188, 199-200
prohibition of alcohol, 207, 208-209
right to bear arms, 202
right to speedy trial, 203
right to trial by jury, 203
search and seizure, 202
seat of government, 209-210
self-incrimination, 203
separation of church and state, 202
slavery, 205
states' rights, 203
unenumerated rights, 110, 203
voting rights, 205, 210, 211
Ancient republics, xviii, 11, 53-54, 60, 64, 147-149, 150-151, 154-155
Anonymity, of political writers, xiv, 13
Anti-Federalists, 10, 20-21, 28
characterized in Federalist Papers, 38-40, 98-99
Articles of Confederation, xiii
Constitution vs., 32-33
failures of, xviii, 6, 13, 78-85, 99
national defense in, 94
Belknap, Jeremy, 31
Bill of Rights, 28, 202-203
approved by Congress, 29
Federalist Papers on, 14, 173-177
in Constitutional debate, 9, 12
Madison on, 17
Burger, Warren E., 28
Burr, Aaron, 16
Calvin, Jean, 31
Civil rights. See also Amendments to
Constitution
government rights and, 8, 42, 42-43
in a republic, 135-136
in military state, 60-62
protected against majority interest, 73-74
role of judiciary in protecting, 167-168
Clinton, George, 10, 28 Hamilton and, 13
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