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Posted by luke on Sunday, September 23, 2012 at 6:47pm.

Do you buy James Madison's argument in Federalist 10 and Federalist 51 that separating powers among various inter-connected governments is a successful cure of the "mischief of factions?" Can one faction gain control of enough of our political system to diminish the common good? Provide examples of where you believe this has occurred or explain why you think James Madison is correct? Think about this in the light of the Tea Party's complaint that the Federal Government has been taken over by a faction seeking to impose their version of healthcare reform on the states in contradiction of the Tenth Amendment.

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