Cato was one of the first Antifederalist writers to examine the executive branch. He predicted it would “tend either to the establishment of a vile and arbitrary aristocracy, or monarchy,” with a permanent class of elites ruling from on high.

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Center for the Study of the American Constitution – The Debate Over the President and Executive Branch

Cato No. IV (8 Nov 1787)

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Benjamin Franklin – Philadelphia Convention (4 June 1787)

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