The Ratification of the US Constitution
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I am Alexander Hamilton, a Federalist, I support the ratification
The constitution will establish a strong, central government.
A stronger government is needed to correct the mistakes made with the Articles of Confederation.
The constitution has many built-in safeguards, for example: limited government, separation of powers and checks & balances.
The two-house legislature provides balanced representation for large and small states.
We will create a Bill of Rights as the first 10 amendments.
I am Patrick Henry, an anti-federalist and I do not support the ratification of the constitution.
The constitution doesn't even contain a Bill Of Rights!
The constitution will give too much power to the federal government.
The federal government will be too far removed to represent the average citizen.
Only elites are likely to be elected with so few members in the lower house of the legislature.
A president would have too much power for one person, especially with the veto power to overturn the peoples decision.
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