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A COMMENTARY ON
THE CONSTITUTION OF THE UNITED STATES
A COLLECTION OF ESSAYS WRITTEN IN SUPPORT OF THE CONSTITUTION
AGREED UPON SEPTEMBER 17, 1787, BY
THE FEDERAL CONVENTION
REPRINTED FROM THE ORIGINAL TEXT OB
JOHN JAY, AND JAMES MADISON
HENRY CABOT LODGE
Statesmen" Series), and “Studies in History "
WITH AN INTRODUCTION BY
CHARLES W. PIERSON
OF THE NEW YORK BAR
G. P. PUTNAM'S SONS
General introduction to the subject.
causes of just war, and by preventing violations of compacts and
settle international differences.
of other nations and prevent their attacking us from jealousy of our
Union secures us from foreign influence in the several States which
would exist if they were not united, and prevents their alliance with
foreign and rival nations.
No. VI. - CONCERNING DANGERS FROM DISSENSIONS BE-
TWEEN THE STATES.
Reasons for these dissensions if States remain disunited, and espe-