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 The Alembic Files 
 The Anti-Federalists
 Eric the Blacksmith
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In Letter No. 4, Cato looks far over the horizon. He expresses his concern that not only is the term of the President excessive in length, the position is monarchical in all but name.

Cato lists the characteristics that could be possessed by an unscrupulous individual. He points to the partnership between the Vice President and the Senate and urges retrospection.

Cato argues, in no uncertain terms, that the President's cabinet will be little more than a collection of willing lackeys and factions, eager to help the Chief Executive carry out his agenda.

Cato concludes by warning that the States - and by extension,
the People - should be the ultimate authority in the Confederation.

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