The qFederalistq Concordance is an alphabetical index of all but the most common words contained in the Federalist Papers, locating each occurrence of a word by paper number, author, page, and line in the definitive Cooke edition. It also indicates whether each word appears in the text or in a footnote, in italic or boldface type, or within a quotation or parentheses, and it provides information on the number of occurrences of each word and the relative frequency of those occurrences. This edition carries a new table correlating the pages in Cooke with those in other, often used editions of the Federalistathe Rossiter, Wills, Kramnick, Earle, and Great Books editions.ANSWERED/APPEAL 30 ANSWERED (continued) 62M 418 4 the purposes which are to be answered by a senate; 68H ... 270 10 to these questions has been too far anticipated, 43M 288 11 and most of them have anticipated the decision ofanbsp;...
|Title||:||The Federalist Concordance|
|Author||:||Thomas Engeman, Edward J. Erler, Thomas B. Hofeller|
|Publisher||:||University of Chicago Press - 1988-08-15|