How does federalist no. 10 relate to pluralist democracy?

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option d is correct. corroborated sources of historical evidence   is necessary to validate a claim about an event in history.

historians tend to use written sources, but audio and visual materials as well as artifacts are important objects that supply information to modern historians.

historical sources are usually divided into two categories: primary and secondary sources. depending on the historian's intent, some sources shift their designation. determining what type of sources toimplement, and the level of credibility and reliability of those sources, is a significant step in critical thinking for the historian.

explanation:

tearing down the berlin wall.

One of the more important contentions for institutional pluralism got from James Madison in The Federalist paper number 10. Pluralism acknowledges that some situations may cause good-faith negotiation impossible, and therefore also concentrates on what institutional structures can best change or anticipate such a situation.

Explanation:

The ideology of Pluralism:

Pluralism as a political philosophy is the appreciation and affirmation of diversity within a political party, which authorises the nonviolent conjunction of several interests, convictions, and lifestyles.

The ideology of Federalist:

In Federalist No. 10, Madison recognises direct democracy as an intimidation to the United States, because below a direct democracy there the potential for 'mob rule,' whereby the biggest faction masters the whole.

One of the more important contentions for institutional pluralism got from James Madison in The Federalist paper number 10. Pluralism acknowledges that some situations may cause good-faith negotiation impossible, and therefore also concentrates on what institutional structures can best change or anticipate such a situation.

Explanation:

The ideology of Pluralism:

Pluralism as a political philosophy is the appreciation and affirmation of diversity within a political party, which authorises the nonviolent conjunction of several interests, convictions, and lifestyles.

The ideology of Federalist:

In Federalist No. 10, Madison recognises direct democracy as an intimidation to the United States, because below a direct democracy there the potential for 'mob rule,' whereby the biggest faction masters the whole.



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