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James Madison, Alexander Hamilton, and John Jay wrote a collection of 85 essays called The Federalist. It stated the Federalists' arguments for ratification. The essays explained how the Constitution worked and why it was needed.
Samuel Adams and many others refused to support the Constitution unless the Federalists could guarantee him that they would make a Bill of Rights. So the Federalists moved quickly to meet their objection to the Constitution.
Debate in Massachusetts
You must make a Bill of Rights!
Bill of Rights •Freedom of religion, speech, press, assembly, and petition •Right to bear arms •no quartering troops in private homes without permission •no searches without a specific search warrant •no person can be charged with a crime unless the charges have been brought by a grand jury •Rights to a fair trial •provides that civil cases be tried by a jury •Excessive bail shall not be required, nor excessive fines imposed, nor cruel and unusual punishments inflicted. •Rights retained by the people •Powers retained by the states and the people
I am proud to be your 1st president under the new constitution!
The American people wait for their new government system to begin.
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