Grate because he an fight for what he wants and stuff that's what he thinks of the government roll
Madison believed the central government needed to be watched andcontrolled. Therefore, a set of checks and balances were anecessity to make sure no one branch of government ha…d too muchpower. He believed excess of power inevitably led to corruption.
He did it because he knew that with the government we had we would be an easy target. He wanted this new country to be strong. Also, it wasn't just that. Through the Shay's Re…belion (where farmers shut down the Supreme Court) it showed that we were weak and needed to become stronger for the country every citizen wanted. Balance between different interests.
If men were angels no government would be necessary James Madison wrote the to urge support for the?
James Madison is of tech plurality. Government is of angels..look up techno of 2012 or the fact of our modern gluey wordings coming from the mouth...in mind it sounds more sav…age...There is an English language that sounds more like the mind, it is thought. The basis of angelic men...memories are formed right around the time of telepathy and time awareness of possible lives after rebirth so no bothering...it needs it. Sexually speaking angels are not reborn yet into men breathing them back into higher beings don't speak of the cross right no wrong it is planetary it is extra solstice...keep it in mind when you hit the sixth solstice...it keeps us from poppy retardation. turnkey basis centerfold information..don't lose the argument with the breastplates cause they'll really break an angel with the cross..thank you. oh yeah crosses are the hearts of memory...men have them...don't speak of it we are in a planet cohesion. oh let all ye adore him..
Founding Father, James Madison would likely have mixed feelings regarding our government today. He initially favored a strong federal government, which at this point, is w…hat we have. Previously designated powers of the states, for example, to hold sovereignty over federal laws in terms of domestic affairs has been modified to allow government input on such issues as same sex marriage. He then transitioned into a more Republican line of thought, and favored state dominance. The fact that many states rejected the government's health plan, would probably have been satisfying to him at that stage. However, he went right back to wanting a strong central government, when he saw the weakness of the government during the War of 1812.
If you're doing PLATO the answer is both a & b. Madison thought that a bill of right would limit the rights of the people, and some states already had a bill of rights.
Madison didn't think it was necessary for a Bill of Rights because the Constitution had not granted the Federal government the powers that the Bill of Rights would guar…d against.
So that one man don't have to much power alone. This way power would be divided to many not just one person.
He meant that if people didnt do any crimes there would be no need to make laws and have a government.
Because ten they would be bossing around.
James Madison answers this question himself in Federalist Paper #10. In it he says "The diversity in the faculties of men, from which the rights of property originate, is not …less an insuperable obstacle to a uniformity of interests. The protection of these faculties is the object of government." When Madison uses the term "faculties" he is referring to individuals' potentials or capabilities. Thus, for Madison the primary purpose of government (the first object of government) is to ensure that each individual has the greatest opportunity to realize his or her full human potential . From this primary purpose of government, it follows that all government actions should be judged on whether they serve this primary purpose: protecting U.S. citizens (the armed forces), ensuring that all citizens are adequately educated in order to give them the tools needed to realize those potentials (education), protecting their personal property (enforcing contracts and protecting private property), providing roads, bridges, and airports (infrastructure), enhancing individual economic opportunities (to achieve their full potentials), ensuring that companies don't cause pollution that endangers people realizing their potentials, ensuring that health care is available, etc
Yes, many people believe many are excessive, however people cannot live without order created by most governments. They also provide better protection. The Native Americans ha…d no "Gov." but instead small tribes. Who won the battles?
China has the largest population in the world. That means that hey have more people per square mile which leaves little room for housing. If people could have more tha none ch…ild, chins would be so over crowded that the living conditions would be absolutely unbearable!!
Nigeria comprises of several large states each with their own indigenous peoples, cultures and langaues. The thinking behind Abuja as a capital was to create a new state and n…ew capital (in the centre of the country) so that none of the states felt marginalized or better than another. Additionally Abuja was basically built from nothing and the infrastructre planned - and still has by far the best infrastructure in the country
To avoid as much corruption and fear as possible, and promote economic prosperity.
If there was no government then there would be no laws and policies, no peace and harmony. That's why we need government.
It's a reasonably self-evident assertion. So far, there's never been a government that didn't to some extent, sooner or later, abuse at least some of its citizens; since the t…ask of a government is to protect its citizens, this makes government "evil". Yet there's never been a human society which managed to function without government, which seems to make it "necessary". Thus, a necessary evil.