Talk:The Federalist

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There are already several quotes from the Federalist on the pages of its authors. It might be a good idea to either merge those quotes here or to merge these quotes there. Which would be better? ~ Ningauble 14:01, 27 February 2011 (UTC)

My opinion is that having this page is a good thing - and I would move the quotes from the individual pages (assuming they are not already shown here) and having a "See also" link to this page on each of the authors' pages. ~ UDScott 18:28, 27 February 2011 (UTC)
  • I was aware of the other quotes under the original authors, but this page brings the majesty of the three together, You can't have enough Founding Fathers... In this case, perhaps, a little "redundancy" is a good thing. --Oracleofottawa 00:32, 9 March 2011 (UTC)
  • While I was reading the text, I was amazed that in the late 18th century, in the middle of no where, there existed 13 independent states. A handful of extraordinary men (I believe Divinely Inspired..) dreamed of something better. What they wrought, in the end, with all its faults, was a bright shinning point of light in the world. Today in the 21st century there are about 220 independent states... Perhaps it is time that this happened again? --Oracleofottawa 00:54, 9 March 2011 (UTC)