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Updated: 9/29/2020
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  • Federalists favored the Constitution.
  • Federalist vs. Anti-Federalist
  • Anti-Federalists opposed the Constitution.
  • Federalist wanted a stronger central government as opposed to a weak one.
  • Federalist vs. Anti-Federalist
  • Anti-Federalist felt that Constitution gave too much power to the national government.
  • Federalists: The states will still have responsibilities to do what would help benefit the people, national government worked outside of the country.
  • Federalist vs. Anti-Federalist
  • Anti-Federalists: With the Constitution, laws and treaties made by the national would overpower states ones, meaning state government won't have purpose.
  • The Federalist believed in an idea that the power would belong to the people, people wouldn't have to give up their rights. 
  • Federalist vs. Anti-Federalist
  • Anti-Federalist: Each state made their own constitution to have a state government that clearly explained people rights, and would have a threatening government.
  • The Anti-Federalist gave a stronger argument because I agree that the national government would have to much power over the state government.
  • With the national government having more power, it would be more likely that the national's laws and treaties would overtake state's ones. Also, as the country grows in population, it'll make it harder to control, the elected representatives won't be able to represent everyone, having no benefit for the people.
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