And Alexander Hamilton said, "It is of great importance in a republic not only to guard against the oppression of the rulers, but to guard one part of society against injustice on the other part."
Alexander Hamilton, in The Federalist No. 23, argued for a national government: "… with the full power to levy troops; to build and equip fleets; … to raise revenues for an army and navy; and to otherwise manage the national interest."
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