The History Aspie Podcast-May 17, 2022
The Federalist No. 72-The Same Subject Continued: The Re-eligibility of the Executive Considered (Hamilton)
The Federalist number 72 is the sixth in a series of eleven essays, written by Alexander Hamilton, concerning the powers and limitations of the Executive Branch. In this essay, Hamilton argues that the re=eligibility of the executive is essential to the powers of the executive branch.
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