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History

History

  1. What are the primary arguments for the Constitution in these works?
  2. What were the major Anti-Federalist objections to the proposed Constitution? Did they relate most to power, money, taxes, economic status, defense, slavery, voting, individual rights, or another factor?
  3. What did each side in the debate predict would happen to the new nation if the Constitution became the “supreme law of the land”?
  4. How did the authors portray their political opponents? To what did they ascribe the opposing positions?