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Timeline of the Essential Federalist Papers

1787

October 1787

Oct 27, 1787: Federalist Paper No. 1 (New York)

November 1787

Nov 21, 1787: Federalist Paper No. 9 (New York)
Nov 22, 1787: Federalist Paper No. 10 (New York)

1788

January 1788

Jan 11, 1788: Federalist Paper No. 37 (New York)
Jan 16, 1788: Federalist Paper No. 39 (New York)
Jan 26, 1788: Federalist Paper No. 45 (New York)

February 1788

Feb 6, 1788: Federalist Paper No. 51 (New York)
Feb 13, 1788: Federalist Paper No. 55 (New York)

March 1788

Mar 1, 1788: Federalist Paper No. 63 (New York)
Mar 15, 1788: Federalist Paper No. 70 (New York)
Mar 18, 1788: Federalist Paper No. 71 (New York)

May 1788

May 28, 1788: Federalist Paper No. 78 (New York)

July 1788

July 16, 1788: Federalist Paper No. 84 (New York)

Contents

Timelines

View timelines of the 1787-1788 “out-of-doors” debates in newspapers in pamphlets during the ratification of the Constitution.

Biographies

Learn about the key figures in the Federalist and Antifederalist debate over the proposed Constitution.

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The Federalists

Read Gordon Lloyd’s introduction to the Federalists who supported the Constitution as well as his essential Federalists.

The Antifederalists

Read Gordon Lloyd’s introduction to the Antifederalists who opposed the Constitution as well as his essential Antifederalists.

The Issues

Read perspectives from both sides of the debate on key issues related to government’s role, structure, and powers

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