Who wrote essays supporting the ratification of the constitution
The Continental Congress received the proposed Constitution on September 20. It then voted to send the document to the state legislatures for ratification.
Ratification: The U.S. Constitution is Born
The people who supported the new Constitution, the Federalists, began to publish articles supporting ratification. Alexander Hamilton, James Madison, and John Jay eventually compiled 85 essays as The Federalist Papers. These supporters of the Constitution believed that the checks and balances system would allow a strong central government to preserve states' rights.
Madison campaigned for the ratification of the Constitution by co-authoring a series of essays with John Jay and Alexander Hamilton that appeared in various New York newspapers and then circulated around the states.