OTHER WORDS FROM federalisthy·per·fed·er·al·ist, noun
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How to use federalist in a sentence
Though Abiy’s government will weather the storm, there is more controversy to come as he moves forward with plans to amend Ethiopia’s constitution to change the country’s ethno-federalist structure.Ethiopia Is at a Crossroads. Can the Nation Survive in Its Current Form?|Ian Bremmer|June 25, 2021|Time
America’s federalist structure also makes collective action, handed down from the federal level, extremely difficult.America still needs to learn from its biggest pandemic failure|German Lopez|June 4, 2021|Vox
And as one of the initial organizers of the Federalist Society, he is a skilled political tactician.The Outside Game of Justice Scalia, a Loner With Clout|David Fontana|June 16, 2014|DAILY BEAST
In the Federalist Papers, James Madison wrote, “If men were angels, no government would be necessary.”
As Madison put it in Federalist 52, the House was to be “dependent on the People alone.”
Not the rich,” as he wrote in Federalist 57, “more than the poor.
The first sentence of The Federalist Society states that this is a book “about the power of ideas.”A Small Right-Wing Conspiracy: The Federalist Society|David Fontana|June 11, 2013|DAILY BEAST
But Mr. Parnell was thinking only of Ireland, and he was not a Federalist.Home Rule|Harold Spender
But the propertied classes in the interior belonged chiefly to the Federalist party.Argentina|W. A. Hirst
To-day Jeffersons directions are observed, and the Federalist remains the text-book.
He says the Republican and the Federalist parties were divided by a bottomless gulf in their theories of constitutional powers.
The Federalist clergy joined in denouncing Jefferson on the ground that he was an atheist.Thomas Jefferson|Edward S. Ellis et. al.