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states rights advocates, back country farmers,poor farmers, the ill educated and illiterate, debtors, and paper money advocates. In general, the poorer classes of society.
articles of confederation was a good plan
Opposed strong central government. Opposed a standing army and a 10 square mile federal strong hold.
Strong national government threatened states power.
Strong national government threatened rights of the common people.
Constitution favored the wealthy men and preserved their power. Opposed the dropping of annual elections for representatives.
Constitution lacked a Bill of Rights.
Argued against 2/3 ratification plan.
Opposed omitting any reference to god.
well educated and propertied class. Most lived in settled areas along the seaboard.
Articles of Confederation were weak and ineffective.
National gov. needed to be strong in order to fuction
Strong national gov. needed to control uncooperative states.
Men of experiences and talent should govern he nation.
National gov. would protect the rights of people.
Constitution/state gov. protected individual freedoms without a bill of rights.
in favor of establishing the constitution in almost any means possible.
more sympathetic to separation of church and state.
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