James Madison's Views on Factions in Federalist No. X
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James Madison's significance of a 'faction,' or political social affair, is entrancing and most basic in context of the way that Madison soon halted to be one of the Federalists who had confidence in a one-party structure, and transformed into Jefferson's most dynamic lieutenant in sorting out in confinement the Democratic-Republican Party, which was decidedly Anti-Federalist and took control after 1800.