Articles published in a newspaper under the pseudonym publius became known as the ?
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The correct answer is the Federalist Papers.
Published by Alexander Hamilton, John Jay, and James Madison, these 85 essays were published under the name Publius and laid out a rationale for the new Federal government.
The federalist paper
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The answer is The Federal paper.
The federalist papers
To gain support for the Constitution, mainly in New York, a group of three men wrote a series of articles arguing for federalism—that is, for the Constitution. The articles were published in newspapers under the pseudonym Publius. (A pseudonym is a false, or fictitious name.) These articles eventually became known as The Federalist Papers, or The Federalist.