First I would like to welcome you to the wonderful land of America. I hope you have had fair travels from London. As I understand the situation, you are in a state of ambivalence in regards to your political affiliations; I write to you today to help you see the strength in the Federalist Party. The Federalist Party has the potential to continue aiding America in taking lengthy strides toward being a great nation. I will debrief you on the successes the Federalist Party has participated in thus far; the Federalist Papers and the Hamilton Reports.
The Federalist Papers were 85 documents co-written by Alexander Hamilton, James Madison, and John Jay in order to make known the importance of ...view middle of the document...
It additionally listed the rights the Anti-Federalists steadfastly believed should be honored, such as the right to trial by a jury, sureties against unwarranted searches of people and their homes, and freedom of religion and press.
The Federalist Papers successfully discussed the defects of the present government (the Articles of Confederation) and also discussed the new constitutions’ different components of the legislature, executive, and judicial branches. The Federalist Papers also touch on important ideas such as federalism, checks and balances, separated powers, pluralism, and representation.
The Federalist Papers ensured both sides that the Federalists have everybody’s opinions in mind and make efforts to keep the either sides of the nation happy in an equal manner: everybody’s opinion counts for something in America. For example, as both state rights and individual rights are highly valued by Anti-Federalists, the Constitution’s clearly defined demarcation of the authorities of the federal government functions hand in hand with the system of checks and balances as it defends states’ rights and therefore individual rights as well.
Since the Federalist Papers were written in the support of the ratification of the Constitution, specifically in New York, these documents were vital in the publication of the U.S. Constitution. Most of their program was enacted and what more, established the foundations for the current US system of government. The Constitution is one of the most powerful documents in American history thus far and this fact will potentially hold true for many years to come, and the Federalist Papers played a large role in carrying the Constitution to where it is today.
Another victory for the Federalist Party was the Hamilton Reports. The Hamilton Reports were comprised of three different parts: the report on public credit, the report on the National Bank, and the report on manufactures. One of Alexander Hamilton’s main goals was to achieve financial stability. In the event another war arises, especially with the domineering threats of the Spaniards and British, the U.S. would be capable of standing their ground and fighting a war. The Federalist Party is keeping the U.S. on its toes, always hoping for the best but preparing for the worst.
Hamilton’s first report, the Report on Public Credit, outlined the necessary steps toward alleviating America’s debt. Hamilton’s report dissected the American nation fiscally and he followed his careful examination with perceptive recommendations that would severely ease the burden of national debt. It was published in 1790. Hamilton’s first installment in his series of reports comprised of a prompting that would, without a doubt, bolster the American credit, allow it to postpone the immediate reimbursement of its debt, and allure affluent patrons to invest their capital at the U.S.’s service.
Hamilton took efforts to calculate the American debt, as well as the individual state debts, and...