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How, though, can we have a truly mature conversation about the dangers he points to if we regard the military as composed almost entirely of “heroes” and stand ever ready to accuse its critics of being insufﬁciently supportive of our troops, naively inattentive to the dangers facing the country, and, therefore, a presumed threat to national security? indb 37 8/18/15 6:25:19 PM This page intentionally left blank f e der a l i st 9 The New (and Improved) Science of Politics W ith his emphasis on the pervasiveness of conﬂict and the dire consequences attached to failure to ratify the proposed constitution, Publius is scarcely a fount of general optimism.
One might dismiss the Loyalists and exiles from post-Revolutionary America as “un-American,” but one can scarcely direct this epithet at those who engaged in often-bitter debates in Philadelphia, where three delegates refused to sign the Constitution, or at the ratifying conventions afterward, or at some of the pamphlets and speeches rendered “out of doors” in public gatherings. indb 13 8/18/15 6:25:18 PM 14 Something Must Be Done to Save the Union civil war, but that event further calls into question his optimism about homogeneity and concord in America.
Partly because the putative states’ rights advocate Andrew Jackson threatened military intervention if South Carolina carried out its threat to defy national law, South Carolina basically capitulated, though the sense of grievance generated by this triumph of nationalism bore full and bitter fruit in 1861. It is clear, then, that union could not prevent war, whether we call it the Civil War or the War Between the States. Publius’s dour vision is conﬁrmed by American wars against Canada and Mexico.