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A comprehensive  KEYWORD INDEX of the FEDERALISTS PAPERS

000 ==INDEX=== to the "FEDERALIST",
 
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 A SERIES OF 85 PAPERS (Letters written & published 1787-1788. See list of individual titles of Papers 001-085 below. For background, see: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Federalist_Papers. For Full Text, go to: http://www.foundingfathers.info/federalistpapers/fedindex.htm. Federalist Papers Indexed here so far #nn are: 1-27, 43.// 21 July, 2010 AJC.
 001 General Introduction
 002-5 Concerning Dangers from Foreign Force and Influence
 006-7 Concerning Dangers from Dissensions Between the States
 008 The Consequences of Hostilities Between the States
 009-10 The Union as a Safeguard Against Domestic Faction and Insurrection
 011 The Utility of the Union in Respect to Commercial Relations and a Navy
 012 The Utility of the Union In Respect to Revenue
 013 Advantage of the Union in Respect to Economy in Government
 014 Objections to the Proposed Constitution From Extent of Territory Answered
 015-20 The Insufficiency of the Present Confederation to Preserve the Union
 021-22 Other Defects of the Present Confederation
 023 The Necessity of a Government as Energetic as the One Proposed to the Preservation of the Union
 024-25 The Powers Necessary to the Common Defense Further Considered
 026-27 The Idea of Restraining the Legislative Authority in Regard to the Common Defense Considered
 043 (The Powers Conferred by the Constitution Further Considered)
 995
 996 AAAAAAAAAAAAAAA - ALPHABETIC SUBJECT INDEX - ZZZZZZZZZZZZZZZZZZZZZ
 997 Legend: J=John Jay,H=Alexander Hamilton,M=James Madison
(all 3 aka"PUBLIUS")


 998 Lookup Format:     Keyword topic     FedPaper#, paragraph, Author  
 999
 A        A
 Achaean league            #18,11-16, 18-19 H&M
 admission of a state        #43,8-9 M
 alliances of states and foreigns #7,10 H
 amendments; 75% states ratify    #43,24-25 M
 Amphictyonic confederacy     #18,17 H&M
 anarchy and civil war, cause    #16,1-4 H
 anarchy            #20,19 H&M
 army formation authority    #24,2-9 H
 army, federal, against state    #28,9,H
 army, national            #8,9-13 H
 army, raising, problems    #22,4-5 H
 army, standing peace        #25,4-6,8 #26,6-9 H
 army, states            #8,9-13 H
 army, subvert            #26,10-13 H
 authority to form an army    #24,2-9 H
 B        B
 C        C
 cause of anarchy and civil war    #16,1-4 H
 causes of factions        #10,7-10 M
 causes of war             #4, 3 J, all #4
 causes of war            #6,2-6 H
 character of congressmen    #2,3 J
 citizen defence against governemnt usurpers #28,6-8,10,H
 civil war and anarchy, cause    #16,1-4 H
 coercion of the magistry    #20,23 H&M
 coercion of the sword        #20,23 H&M
 combined states strength    #5,7-12 J
 commerce & trade, world     #11,1-7,14 H
 commerce regulation        #23,9 H
 commerce, passive         #11,8,14 H
 commerce, prosperity & wealth    #12,2 H
 common defense            #23,4-11 H
 competition in trade & commerce #4,3-6 J
 confederacies, separate        #1,9 H
 confederacy (original)        #9,4 H
 confederacy faults, Greek    #18,1-8 H&M
 confederacy vs consolidation    #9,13 H
 confederacy            #17,13-14 H,#18,17 H&M
 confederacy, Amphictyonic     #18,17 H&M
 confederacy, Lycian        #9,16 H   
 confederate republic        #9,7-11,15 H
 congress alone is not the power #22,15-16
 congressmen character        #2,3 J
 Connecticut vs Pennsylvania    #7,3 H
 conquest, Norman        #26,4-5 H
 consent of the people = union foundation #22, 17 H
 consolidation vs confederacy    #9,13 H
 consumption taxes        #21,10-11 H
 countering factions        #10,3-6, 11-13 M
 court settling states' dispute    #7,3-4 H
 criminal justice        #17,7 H
 D        D
 danger, foreign        #14,1 M
 debt, public, Union        #7,7-8 H     
 debts before confederation    #43,21-23 M
 defense of individual states    #25,2-4 H
 defense, common         #23,4-11 H
 democracy limit        #14,2 M
 democracy vs republic        #10,15,21 M
 democracy vs republic        #14,3-5 M
 democracy            #10,13 M
 despotism, military        #16,5 H
 diet, empire            #19,3-5 H&M
 discretion to raise money    #15,6-8 H
 disputes, territorial        #7,3-4 H
 district of Columbia (DC)    #43,3-5 M
 divide & command        #7,10 H
 divide et impera        #7,10 H
 duty taxes             #12,6-12 H
 E        E
 economy, revenue, state groups    #13,1-4 H
 empire, diet            #19,3-5 H&M
 enemies near us        #24,10-12 #25,2 H
 enumerated government authority #27,6 H
 enumerated limits of power    #14,8-9 M
 F        F
 factions            #10,1-2, 22-23 M
 factions, causes        #10,7-10 M
 factions, countering         #10,3-6, 11-13 M
 fault in old states        #15,6 H
 federal army against state    #28,9,H
 federal army vs state army    #27,1-4 H
 federal government, ideal    #16,7 H
 force of goverment        #27,5 H
 foreign corruption of suffrage among states #22,9-12 H
 foreign danger            #14,1 M
 foreign influence        #2,11 J; #3,4 J
 foreign intercourse        #23,3 H
 formation of a state        #43,8-9 M
 formation of territories     #43,10-11 M
 frontier states        #14,11 M
 G        G
 Germany; 7 districts history    #19,1-2 H&M
 governmen t out-of-sight    #27,4 H
 government authority enumerated #27,6 H
 government of force    #27,5 H
 government powers/tyranny    #17,8-12 H,#18,18-19 H&M
 government, federal, ideal    #16,7 H
 government, seat of (DC)     #43,3-5 M
 government, state  (republic)    #43,12-20 M
 government, state, destruction #27, end, H
 government, weak        #18,9-10 H&M
 Greek confederacy faults    #18,1-8 H&M
 H        H
 history & wars            #6, 10-14
 hostilities between states    #8,1-4 H
 I        I
 ideal federal government    #16,7 H
 incompatible states' alliances    #7,10 H
 indirect taxes             #21,10-11 H
 influence, foreign        #2,11 J; #3,4 J
 insurrection            #28,1-5,H
 insurrection            #9,1-3 H
 intercourse            #14,10 M
 J        J
 judiciary power            #22, 13-14 H
 justice, criminal        #17,7 H
 K        K
 L        L
 laws, private contract        #7,9 H
 league, Achaean         #18,11-16, 18-19 H&M
 likelihood of war        #3,5 J, #4,1-3
 limits of power are enumerated    #14,8-9 M
 Lycian confederacy        #9,16 H
 M        M
 magistry             #16,10 H
 majority             #10,11-12 M
 maritime trade          #11,8-10,14 H
 military despotism        #16,5 H
 money circulation & velocity & taxes #12,3-5 H
 Montesquieu republics        #9,5-6 H   
 N        N
 national government powers/tyranny  #17,8-12 H,#18,18-19 H&M
 national wealth taxes = inequality   #21,7-8 H
 Navy & trade & commerce    #11,11-14 H
 navy necessity            #24, 13 H
 nearby enemies            #24,10-12 #25,2 H
 neighbors and war        #6,19 H
 Netherlands United        #20,1-9 H&M
 Netherlands United, problems    #20,10-18,20-23 H&M
 non-compliance vs resistance    #16,8-10 H
 Norman conquest        #26,4-5 H
 O        O
 out-of-sight government    #27,4 H
 P        P
 papers purview             #1,7 H
 passive commerce        #11,8 H,14
 peace & standing army        #25,4-6,8 #26,6-9 H
 Pennsylvania vs Connecticut    #7,3 H
 people safety            #3,3 J
 political safety of the union    #15,1-5 H
 power and privilege        #25,9 #26,1-3 H
 powers (rights) not federal are states'   #21,2 H
 powers reserved to states    #17,1-6 H
 powers, government tyranny    #17,8-12 H,#18,18-19 H&M
 preservation of the Union    #23,1-3 H
 private contract laws        #7,9 H
 privilege and power        #25,9 #26,1-3 H
 promotion of science        #43,1-2 M
 proper federal government    #16,7 H
 prosperity, wealth & commerce    #12,2 H
 public debt of the Union    #7,7-8 H   
 purview of papers         #1,7 H   
 Q        Q
 quotas, treasury, researched    #21,6 H
 R        R
 raising an army, problems    #22,4-5 H
 ratify amendments, 75% states    #43,24-25 M
 rationale to form a Union    #5,1-6
 regulate commerce duties     #22,3 H
 regulate commerce weights and measures   #22,1-2 H
 regulation & taxes between states #7,5-6 H
 regulation of territories     #43,10-11 M
 republic advantages        #14,2,12 M
 republic vs democracy        #10,15,21 M
 republic vs democracy        #14,3-5 M
 republic            #10,14,23 M
 republic            #9,12 H
 republic, confederate        #9,7-11,15 H
 republic, Montesquieu         #9,5-6 H
 reserved, powers to states    #17,1-6 H
 resistance vs non-compliance    #16,8-10 H
 revenue, economy, state groups    #13,1-4 H
 roads                #14,10 M
 S        S
 safety in war            #3,12 J;#4,15-17 J
 safety of the people        #3,3 J
 safety, political of the union #15,1-5 H
 science promotion        #43,1-2 M
 seat of government (DC)    #43,3-5 M
 sedition            #28,1-5,H
 sedition            #9,1-3 H
 separate confederacies        #1,9 H
 standing army in peace        #25,4-6,8 #26,6-9 H
 standing national army        #8,9-13 H
 standing state armies        #8,5-8 H
 state army vs federal army    #27,1-4 H
 state discretion to tax    #15,6-8 H
 state formation & admission    #43,8-9 M
 state government destruction    #27, end, H
 state groups, economy, revenue    #13,1-4 H
 states' defense        #25,2-4 H
 states' powers (rights) not federal   #21,2 H
 states' powers (rights) researched   #21,3-5 H
 states combined strength    #5,7-12 J
 states government (republic)    #43,12-20 M
 states, 75% to ratify amendments #43,26-30 M
 states, frontier        #14,11 M
 states, powers reserved to    #17,1-6 H
 states, war between         #7,1-2 H
 strength of combined states    #5,7-12 J
 subvert army            #26,10-13 H
 suffrage among states        #22,6-8
 suffrage among states, foreign corruption #22,9-12 H
 superintendent powers        #15,9-15 H
 superintendent powers        #15,9-15 H
 T        T
 tax; discretion to raise money    #15,6-8 H
 taxes & regulation between states #7,5-6 H
 taxes are voluntary        #21,8-9 H
 taxes, duty             #12,6-12 H
 taxes, money circulation & velocity #12,3-5 H
 territorial disputes        #7,3-4 H
 territories formation        #43,10-11 M
 trade & commerce & Navy     #11,11-14 H
 trade & commerce & Navy     #11,11-14 H
 trade & commerce, world    #11,1-7,14 H
 trade competition        #4,3-6 J
 treason, definition & Punishment #43,6-7 M
 treasury quotas researched    #21,6 H
 tyranny of government powers    #17,8-12 H,#18,18-19 H&M
 U        U
 union and political safety    #15,1-5 H
 Union dimensions        #14,6 M
 Union formation rationale    #5,1-6     
 union foundation is by the consent of the people #22, 17 H
 Union limits            #14,8-9 M
 Union Preservation        #23,1-3 H
 United Netherlands problems    #20,10-18,20-23 H&M
 United Netherlands        #20,1-9 H&M
 usurpers, citizen defence aganst #28,6-8,10,H
 V        V
 velocity of money & taxes    #12,3-5 H
 voluntary taxes        #21,8-9 H
 W        W
 war between states        #7,1-2 H
 war by neighbors        #6,19 H
 war cause            #4, 3 J, All #4
 war causes            #6,2-6 H
 war likelihood            #3,5 J, #4,1-3
 war safety            #3,12 J;#4,15-17 J
 wars in history         #6, 10-14
 weak government        #18,9-10 H&M
 wealth taxes = inequality    #21,7-8 H
 wealth, prosperity & commerce    #12,2 H
 world trade & commerce        #11,1-7,14 H   
 X        X
 Y        Y
 Z        Z
 ZZ
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