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No Hamilton. Our government does not need a central government. It will become too powerful and it will threaten the sovereignty of the state
Hancock, you know that our state need to have a strong central government in able to protect our own rights and the entire nation.
Hamilton, if you don't agree, then we need to add the bill of right in our constitution to protect our citizens
That won't happen. We only need a powerful government so we can protect those people in our state.
However, without the bill of right, the people would be at risk of oppression.
But our constitution doesn't need a bill of right. the people and the states will kept any power not given to the federal government.
How about let's make the state decide how the government should work?
That will be a great idea, Hamilton. let us wait on the state decision of how our government will work.
Ratification of the Constitution 1787 and the Bill of Right
And so... the society slowly changing and changing, so as the constitution.
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