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Federalist Paper #43: The Powers Conferred by the Constitution Further Considered (continued)

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Political Science
Ryan Hurl

thPOL203Y1 US Govt and PoliticsSeptember 29 2011 The Federalist Papers 43 The Same Subject Continued The Powers Conferred by the Constitution Further Considered Federalist Paper 43The establishment of a uniform system of copyrights and patents will serve both the public good and the individual creatorsIt is critical for the seat of central govt to be under the authority of the central govtThe state that cedes its land must agree to willingly If the central govt operated from win a states jurisdiction the central govt could potentially become too dependent on the states authorityThe central govt would then be subordinate to the stateThe central govt must have ultimate authority over the forts and magazines established win statesPublic money is used for their maintenance and it would not be proper for places used for the protection of all the states to be subject to the will of a single stateBecause treason can only be committed against the United States the central govt of the United States must be the one to punish for treasonThe US Constitution improves upon the Articles approach to treason because it specifies a definition of treason and a requirement of a particular kind of proofThe Articles of Confederation overlooked establishing a process by which new states could join the union and the US Constitution has established a means to do
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