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Separation of Powers
To make a congress for the new government, the delegates drew up two plans, one would give each states an equal vote and the other plan gave states a number of votes depending on population.
This was done to keep one branch from overpowering one of the other branches. It balanced the powers by separating power equally to the executive, legislative, and judicial branches.
Anti-Federalists were a group of people that opposed the Constitution of 1789. They did not want to have a strong government led by a president, because they believed that it would lead to a monarchy
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