Democracy in America-analysis

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American History

 

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December 23, 2011

 

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Madison utilizes strong and persuasive rhetoric throughout his argument. He specifically states who is audience is in the salutation of his argument, "To the People of the State of New York" (Madison 1). Madison's purpose in "The Federalist No. 51" is twofold: First, to persuade the Anti-Federalist citizens and government of New York, a key state in the ratification of the Constitution, to support the Federalist's ideals; second, to inform the Federalist citizens of New York about the full message of the Federalist Party...
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He specifically states who is audience is in the salutation of his argument, "To the People of the State of New York" (Madison 1). Madison's purpose in "The Federalist No. 51" is twofold: First, to persuade the Anti-Federalist citizens and government of New York, a key state in the ratification of the Constitution, to support the Federalist's ideals; second, to inform the Federalist citizens of New York about the full message of the Federalist Party...
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