# According to Madison, what must a government do to limit the influence of a powerful faction?limit the ability to form factionso raise taxes on factions

According to Madison, what must a government do to limit the influence of a powerful faction? limit the ability to form factions
o raise taxes on factions to lessen their power
O depend on only enlightened legislators serving in government
control the influence factions have on government

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1. makenziehook8 says:

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2. jello2612 says:

According to Madison, a government must control the influence that factions have on government in order to limit the influence of a powerful faction.

3. truesarah111 says:

Raise taxes on factions to lessen their power

4. Expert says:

imagery :

"facing the rising sun of our new day begun"

paints a vivid picture and emphasizes the meaning, purpose, and emotional weight of the piece

alliteration:

"sing a song full of the faith".

contributes to the musical quality

oxymoron:

"silent tears"

intensifies the emotional content of the poem

simile :

"loud as the rolling sea"

conveys a sense of widespread rejoicing

explanation:

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$"lift every voice and sing" is filled with vivid figurative language. in the table, list four types$

5. roblox0168 says:

D. control the influence factions have on government

Explanation:

Madison recognized that there existed many opposing factions, he also showed that a constitutional form of control, adopting the idea of majority rule, would tame the factions and prompt them to work collectively as much as practicable. He insisted that the democratic form of administration created by the current Constitution would support all the factions the opportunity and venues to prove themselves and to control the workings of power by getting their members chosen and/or designated to duties.