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  1. 4 de jan. de 2002 · “The Federalist No. 67, [11 March 1788],” Founders Online, National Archives, [Original source: The Papers of Alexander Hamilton , vol. 4, January 1787 – May 1788 , ed. Harold C. Syrett.

  2. Federalist No. 66. Followed by. Federalist No. 68. Federalist No. 67 is an essay by Alexander Hamilton, the sixty-seventh of The Federalist Papers. This essay's title is " The Executive Department " and begins a series of eleven separate papers discussing the powers and limitations of that branch.

    • Alexander Hamilton
    • English
    • United States
    • The Executive Department
  3. 27 de jan. de 2016 · The authorities of a magistrate, in few instances greater, in some instances less, than those of a governor of New York, have been magnified into more than royal prerogatives. He has been decorated with attributes superior in dignity and splendor to those of a king of Great Britain. He has been shown to us with the diadem sparkling on his brow ...

  4. FEDERALIST No. 66. Objections to the Power of the Senate To Set as a Court for Impeachments Further Considered. Read Full Text and Annotations on The Federalist Papers FEDERALIST No. 67. The Executive Department at Owl Eyes.

  5. Federalist No. 67 generally is read as a vigorous defense of the chief executive and contains intense language to alleviate fears of a dictatorial president. However, it also can be read as a much deeper explication of the blend of republican and energetic government. The. author examines this defense within the larger stream.

  6. A page that introduces the Federalist Papers, the purpose of the site, and how it hopes to engage commentary, intellectual responses, and justifications and guidance for modern civic engagement.

  7. Excerpt: “THE constitution of the executive department of the proposed government, claims next our attention. There is hardly any part of the system which could have been attended with greater difficulty in the arrangement of it than this; and there is, perhaps, none which has been inveighed against with less candor or criticised with less...