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 The Alembic Files 
 The Anti-Federalists
 Eric the Blacksmith
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Letter No. 3 is Cato's message to his countrymen and women that the Constitution would make the Colonies homogenous.

He alludes to the recent Shays' Rebellion in Massachusetts.

Cato contrasts the climate, temperaments and motivations of the Northern and Southern states.

Cato likens the psychology of the citizenry to an example of basic physics.

Cato makes the argument that the young Confederation is far too vast to be ruled by a centralized authority, and that the people's independence will be now threatened even more than during the recent revolution.

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