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Publisher's Summary

This is a complete audio study guide of The Federalist Papers (1787-1789).

Overview and Historical Background

Key Terms, People and Events

Detailed Discussion and Analysis

Study and Essay Questions

Review Quiz

We will start with a general synopsis of the Federalist Papers, followed by background information and a listing of the important people, places and events. We will then go over a timeline. Following the timeline, we will discuss the main periods of the war and analyze them; this will be followed by questions for studying, questions to think about and finally a review test.

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Outstanding introduction to The Federalist

If you're having a hard time getting through The Federalist like I was, this is a good start prior to reading them. Concise, fact based study guide.

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A good summary

Would you say that listening to this book was time well-spent? Why or why not?

It was a good summary, but just a summary.

Would you recommend The Federalist Papers AudioLearn to your friends? Why or why not?

I think there needs to be more detail, but this is a good outline so I would recommend it as an outline and a beginner lecture for more detailed study later.

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Wikipedia is free & better than this summary.

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