What pseudonym were the Federalist Papers written under? Publius. How many essays are the Federalist Papers comprised of? eighty-five. When were the Federalist Papers written? between 1787 and 1788. The support of which two states was viewed as vital to the successful ratification of the Constitution? New York and Virginia. What were the seven major themes of the Federalist Papers? energy.
Alexander Hamilton’s “Certain General and Miscellaneous Objections to the Constitution Considered and Answered” or “Federalist No. 84” is one of the most influential contributions to The Federalist Papers. The controversial idea that Hamilton backs in this essay is that the Constitution does not need to have a Bill of Rights. The reason for this, according to Hamilton, is that the.