This Week’s Forum is all about the arguments made by James Madison in Federalist 10 (required reading). Madison argues that there are only 2 ways to deal with the problems relating to factions: eliminate the CAUSES or control the EFFECTS. Why does Madison argue that eliminating the causes would be worse than controlling the effects (cite the text)? Do you agree with his argument? Also, what are some strengths and weaknesses to his “control the effects” plan?
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