Brutus I

In The American Republic: Primary Sources, ed. Bruce Frohnen (Indianapolis: Liberty Fund, 2002); available online…

Brutus on Mason’s Objections

To the Printers of the Virginia Journal and Alexandria  Advertiser. Gentlemen, At this important crisis…

Brutus VIII

The next powers vested by this constitution in the general government, which we shall consider,…

Brutus XII (Part 1)

In my last, I shewed, that the judicial power of the United States under the…

Brutus VI

It is an important question, whether the general government of the United States should be…

Brutus, Jr.

MR. GREENLEAF, I have read with a degree of attention several publications which have lately…

Brutus XVI

When great and extraordinary powers are vested in any man, or body of men, which…

Brutus XV

Source: Herbert J. Storing, ed., The Complete Anti-Federalist, (Chicago: The University of Chicago Press, 1981)…

Brutus XIV (Part 2)

(Continued.)  It may still be insisted that this clause does not take away the trial…

Brutus XIV (Part 1)

The second paragraph of sect. 2d. art. 3, is in these words: "In all cases…

Brutus XIII

Having in the two preceding numbers, examined the nature and tendency of the judicial power,…

Brutus XII (Part 2)

(Continued from last Thursday’s paper.)  This same manner of explaining the constitution, will fix a…

Brutus XI

The nature and extent of the judicial power of the United States, proposed to be…

Brutus X

To the People of the State of New-York. The liberties of a people are in…

Brutus IX

The design of civil government is to protect the rights and promote the happiness of…

Brutus VII

The result of our reasoning in the two preceeding numbers is this, that in a…

Brutus V

To the People of the State of New-York. It was intended in this Number to…

Brutus III

To the Citizens of the State of New-York. In the investigation of the constitution, under…

Brutus II

Source: Debates and Proceedings of the Convention of the Commonwealth of Massachusetts Held in the…

Brutus I

Source: Herbert J. Storing, ed., The Complete Anti-Federalist (Chicago: The University of Chicago Press, 1981),…

The Problem of Judicial Review

Anti-Federalist Paper, #78, #79 (BRUTUS) THE POWER OF THE JUDICIARY (PART 1) The supreme court…