Unfortunately, the ratification vote in New York failed and New Yorkers' only ratified the constitution later as the 11th state.
Hamilton hoped that he would found the American Republic, and he was absolutely right.
John Jay is the author who wrote 5 Federalist Papers.
At the time of their publication, the authorship of the Federalist Papers was a guarded secret, which was revealed to the public only after the death of Hamilton.
This document was a target of criticism from many opponents after the US Constitution was sent to the Confederation Congress, and it happened in 1787.
Hamilton was its firm believer who thought that the series of these essays would endeavor to give a clear answer to all objections.
The main force behind the entire project was Alexander Hamilton.
The Federalist Papers are the single greatest interpretive source of the Constitution of the United States, the best insight and explanation of what the Founding Fathers purpose was in the passage of the document that governs the United States of America.
Philosophically, The Federalist Papers should also be considered in the context in which they were written.
He was responsible for recruiting other writers, John Jay and James Madison, who wrote with him under the name of Publius.
This pseudonym was chosen in honor of Valerius Publicola credited with being important in founding the Roman Republic.