Madison 's Proposed Remedies For The Problem Of Factions
• Explain Madison’s proposed remedies for the problem of factions.
• One way to deal with these groups was to prevent whatever perpetuates them to emerge in the first place. This can be endeavored in two ways. First, government can strip people of their right to assemble: "Liberty is to faction what air is to fire." But that is surely a cure "worse than the disease. "Secondly, steps can be implemented to make all residents share the same beliefs, opinions, and fiscal dispositions. However, Madison believed some citizens are cleverer or more disciplined than others, and this "diversity in the faculties" of civilians is assured to sequel in various monetary strategies. Madison thus suggests a more feasible and advisable way of thwarting factions. The best way therefore, to cure "the mischiefs of faction" is not