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Question 1: ________ (51 articles: nos.
James MadisonAlexander HamiltonGeorge WashingtonJohn Jay

Question 2: ________, also written by Hamilton, lays the groundwork for the doctrine of judicial review by federal courts of federal legislation or executive acts.
Federalist No. 1Federalist No. 23Federalist No. 10Federalist No. 78

Question 3: ________ (5 articles: 2–5 and 64).
Alexander HamiltonJohn JayJames MadisonFederalist Papers

Question 4: The Federalist Papers (specifically Federalist No. 84) are notable for their opposition to what later became the ________.
United States Bill of RightsUnited States Declaration of IndependenceSeparation of powers under the United States ConstitutionUnited States Constitution

Question 5: The Federalist was written to support the ratification of the Constitution, specifically in ________.
New JerseyNew YorkMassachusettsConnecticut

Question 6: ________ and William Duer were also apparently considered; Morris turned down the invitation and Hamilton rejected three essays written by Duer.
Benjamin FranklinGouverneur MorrisRobert Livingston (1746–1813)John Armstrong, Jr.

Question 7: The Federalist remains a ________ for interpretation of the U.S.
Secondary sourceHistoriographyPrimary sourceSocial sciences

Question 8: Constitution, as the essays outline a lucid and compelling version of the philosophy and motivation of the proposed system of ________.

Question 9: The authors used the pseudonym "Publius," in honor of Roman consul ________.
Publius Valerius PublicolaCato the ElderRomulus and RemusJulius Caesar

Question 10: ________ (29 articles: nos.
James MonroeThomas JeffersonJames MadisonAlexander Hamilton

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