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The guys are back with a special Election Day episode where they discuss the Electoral College. They cover the history, the process, and current events involving the Electoral College including potential changes to the system. Tune in and enjoy!The Paperless Federalists による
 
Cary and Justin return to discuss Hamilton’s Federalist No. 28. They discuss how Hamilton is focused on the consolidation of power into a national government, and the dangers in Hamilton’s arguments. Welcome back to all of those listening!The Paperless Federalists による
 
Cary and Justin return to discuss Hamilton’s prolific paper, Federalist 27. Included in this episode are gems such as, “Good people like good government, and bad people like bad government.” Also, Cary teases a conspiracy theory like no other. Enjoy!The Paperless Federalists による
 
Hamilton recognizes the concern of standing armies in peacetime, and the danger to liberty they represent. As a way to calm these concerns, he offers a method by which the Legislative branch can check the power of the Executive. Instead of attacking his critics head on, Hamilton employs the “neutral observer” as a method of demonstrating how no wel…
 
Hamilton returns to discus what sort of protection the federal government should provide to its member states, how much power the federal government should have, and how the federal government will exercise that power. During this paper, Hamilton reveals himself as a closet monarchist, and a champion of the Leviathan. Emperor Palpatine would be pro…
 
Hamilton is back to discuss the need for nationwide regulation of commerce, a national military, equal suffrage between the states, and the need for a supreme court. In true Hamilton fashion, he presents his arguments as being the best possible choice. Join Justin and Cary as they discuss Hamilton’s arguments in this paper, and how they conflict wi…
 
Hamilton and Madison return with one last example of a failed confederacy. This time they discuss The United Netherlands. As Cary points out, once again things look good on paper for The United Netherlands, but in practice they didn’t work out well. One key provision that held it back was the requirement for unanimous consent among its members. Ult…
 
Hamilton and Madison are back to bring you simultaneously too much detail and also not enough detail at the same time. How do they manage this? Justin and Cary examine the authors’ analysis of German principalities, as well as Polish and Swedish governments.The Paperless Federalists による
 
If anyone doubted him, Mr. Hamilton returns to demonstrate his knowledge of ancient Greek societies yet again. Do his references really support the point he is trying to make in this paper? The guys return to discuss that and more in this episode.The Paperless Federalists による
 
Mr. Hamilton once again argues for a stronger federal government relative to the state governments. Justin and Cary welcome everyone to 2018. The guys return to their feuding ways, and debate the importance of this paper in the modern world.The Paperless Federalists による
 
Mr. Hamilton returns and continues his campaign for a stronger, more centralized form of federal government. Hamilton focuses on how one state’s choice to disobey the authority of the federal government could cause a chain reaction throughout the union that could lead to the destruction of the whole. Justin and Cary return in the final episode of 2…
 
Justin and Cary welcome Matt back to the podcast. Hamilton returns to offer his services as a guide to the reader. He then proceeds to list all of the embarrassments the nation was suffering at the time, and to point out that a law without consequence is really just a suggestion. Numerous pop culture references make there way into the discussion, a…
 
Mr. Madison is back to explain the difference between a republic and a democracy to those annoying Anti-Federalists who just can’t seem to understand English. Cary and Justin return as well. The guys count down Madison’s reasons of why the American form of government will prevail. Cary takes Madison to task for his selective memory. Echoes of Jay’s…
 
Cary and Justin are back, and this time they’ve brought a friend! Matt joins in to discuss Hamilton’s arguments that “no well-informed man” can disagree with. The ever budget conscious Hamilton points out that one strong federal government will be cheaper to manage than any number of small confederacies. The discussion gets briefly side tracked due…
 
Cary and Justin continue their new found cooperative tone. Cary discusses how America is standing at a crossroads. On one side is the traditional notion of gold and silver as the sources of money and wealth. On the other is the newly developing idea of wealth produced through economic trade. Hamilton argues the benefits of America working as a trad…
 
Cary and Justin are back after surviving their heated debate. This time they actually agree with each other. In this episode, Cary is quick to point out Hamilton’s cockeyed optimism regarding the collective bargaining strength a newly formed United States would have under the Constitution. Is Cary secretly anti-union? Hamilton argues that if the na…
 
Cary and Justin return with a heated debate. In doing so, they cleverly divide themselves into factions when discussing Federalist No. 10 in which Madison discusses the impact of factions on the government. The guys agree that factions are inevitable, but how do we handle them? Madison was clear that a large democratic republic is necessary to prot…
 
In this episode Cary and Justin answer listener questions. Justin discusses what happened to Jay between Federalist No. 5 and No. 64. Cary informs us all about what he was eating while recording an earlier episode. The guys will return next time with their analysis of Federalist No. 10.The Paperless Federalists による
 
Don’t forget everyone; Hamilton knows about Greece and Rome. Hamilton begins his arguments in Federalist Paper No. 9 with another reference to Greek and Roman democracies to establish his historical “street-cred”. He then points to how the science of politics has evolved, and how the Anti-Federalists have mischaracterized the arguments of Montesqui…
 
In this episode Cary and Justin address Hamilton’s concerns that if the States fail to unite, they will devolve into a state of perpetual militarization and war between themselves. Cary discusses why large states like New York need to be concern with the smaller states. Hamilton warns of the dangers of over militarization, and how this can lead to …
 
Can you hear us now Mr. Hamilton? The guys are back with improved audio after having recovered from Hamilton’s mental melee in Federalist No. 6. In this episode, Justin and Cary discuss how the states at the time are like modern day children fighting over an iPad. Hamilton references the Pennamite-Yankee Wars between the citizens of Pennsylvania an…
 
Justin and Cary welcome Hamilton back to the debate. Hamilton returns with a litany of historical references, and at times seems annoyed with having to spell things out for the Anti-Federalists. The guys break through the references to Hamilton’s basic arguments that individuals can cause nation states to have conflict with each other, and that the…
 
In this episode, John Jay walks right into the Anti-Federalists’ critique after once again overselling a historical reference. This time it’s the Scottish union to England. The Anti-Federalists respond on behalf of the proverbial “common man”. Can Jay handle their populist arguments? Jay warns of America’s decent into another version of Europe, and…
 
Contrary to modern economic theory, in Jay’s mind, international markets are a zero-sum game. There are winners, and there are losers. Although Jay attempts to focus on economic concerns in No. 4, he just can’t help but return to his foreign policy arguments. He pays the price as Cary calls him out for rehashing his earlier points. Cary dives into …
 
In this episode, the doctors of NYC flee, shots are fired, and severe head trauma ensues (in 1788 no less)! All of this before we find out how the Sultanate of Morocco ties into Federalist No. 3. The guys continue their critique of Jay, allowing for only a modicum of relief due to his injuries, before attacking Jay’s hypothesis that our new country…
 
After Justin launches an assault on John Jay's depiction of American life in October 1787, Cary has to come to Jay's aide. While the guys agree with Jay's assertion that the thirteen states had rivers and traded goods, debate remains as to Jay's intent in his depiction of a homogonous citizenry. Was John Jay a “man of his time” trying to appeal to …
 
Justin and Cary discuss the context of the Federalist Papers by highlighting events leading up to their publication. They also compare the Constitution advocated by the Papers to America's original governing document, The Articles of Confederation.The Paperless Federalists による
 
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