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A Book About The Past, Written With The Present In Mind, That Shall Be Remembered In The Future

By: Mr. Johnson of New York

"The good and honorable Mr. Tyson has written a masterpiece, penning an enlightened manifesto on how the past and classical experts in philosophy show that this grand experiment of ours must do to be sustainable and prosperous, not only for ourselves, but for the generations to come, that will read, learn, and remember us, either fondly for coming together under the ideas of those such as President Washington, Alexander Hamilton, and the good Mr. Tyson, or fighting and tearing each other apart as some, who did not support this government and have battled against those held in high regard, would have the citizens do under the philosophy of 'states rights'. May these essays of Mr. Tyson's, which undoubtedly are as wonderful as those Federalist Papers that helped form our current constitution, help mold the minds of our citizens, our lawmakers, our wonderful President, and our descendants.

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On the Need for Lower Business Taxes

By: Mr. Johnson, Editor of The American Federalist

"This great state of New York is at risk of losing the businesses with which it has been so kindly blessed. While the revered and beloved Mr. Tyson has suggested that the state legislature protects the businesses born and operating within our borders and encouraged other businesses to come to this place, so as to invigorate and accelerate an economy that is growing, but not as rapidly as it could be, a member of our own party, which has proposed policies that this paper has previously railed against, wishes to slow our growth in fear of 'losing needed revenue'. The fault of this belief lays in the lack of faith in another great New York Federalist,  our dearest Secretary of the Treasury, Alexander Hamilton, who in conjuncture with our favored Mr. Tyson, has introduced a plan for the Federal Government to set the states on a strong foundation by absorbing their debts. This is why our paper endorses Mr. Tyson's suggestions to the New York legislature, and why we suggest that our fellow Federalists and our independent friends to adopt this measure."

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Why State Debts should remain State Debts

By: Rev. Gideon McGee Representative for Rhode Island 

At long last, the day all the federalists in Congress have been waiting for has arrived to make their main focus of assuming state debts bill is now on the floor, and it is as bad as it always has sounded. Now many might be wondering why would everyone helping each other out with their debts be so bad? Isn't the role of the federal government to aid the states and give them guidance in areas deemed too big for a single state to handle? The answer is yes, that is the federal government's role, yet in this isn't a subject which requires federal interference. Many states Virginia for, example are close to or have already paid off their state debt which means they should have nothing to worry about unless the measure to assume state debts passes. In which case Virginia's money will now go to paying off the state debt of Georgia or South Carolina or New Hampshire instead of that money being focused on helping Virginians and their needs. Not only that currently the federal government has made a whopping  .2 million dollars which is enough to pay for only about 4 states debts and we are running a deficit ourselves so it makes no sense to add ontop of a deficit we can't pay off with more debt that we can't pay off. That is why I urge my friends and colleagues to fight against this nonsensical Assumptions Act to protect the people's wallets and get this country off on the right foot economically. 

 

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