FEDERALIST PAPERS - Session One - Papers 1 - 11

Group: The History Book Club

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Three KCC professors - Steve DePasquale, Scott Kistler and Kenneth West, discuss the Federalist Papers. First 11 papers in this session

"The Federalist Papers were a series of eighty-five essays urging the citizens of New York to ratify the new United States Constitution. Written by Alexander Hamilton, James Madison, and John Jay, the essays originally appeared anonymously in New York newspapers in 1787 and 1788 under the pen name 'Publius.' A bound edition of the essays was first published in 17…more

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message 1: by Bentley (last edited Apr 19, 2012 07:45AM)

Bentley The backdrop is not exciting but the discussions are good for each block of the papers. Good as an informational tool for those struggling with the papers or for those who would like to listen to other points of view.

As you know we have ongoing Federalist Papers discussions here on The History Book Club so we hope that you join in.


message 2: by Bentley (last edited Apr 19, 2012 01:33PM)

Bentley The schedule for the 85 papers allows for about 11 papers to be discussed each session.

Feb. 1 Federalist Papers 12-22 - This part would be Session Two - Remember the above video is about only Papers 1 - 11.
Feb. 15 Federalist Papers 23-36
Feb. 29 Federalist Papers 37-44
March 14 Federalist Papers 45-56
March 28 Federalist Papers 57-66
April 11 Federalist Papers 67-77
April 25 Federalist Papers 78-85


Bentley Please let me know if you "like" this video.


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