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Federalist & Anti-Federalists
Terms in this set (20)
I want a Bill of Rights!
We need our individual rights protected in this country!
I support James Madison's ideas.
We will return to monarchy soon.
States should have the power
Thomas Jefferson is the one we need to believe.
This "President" will declare themselves a king soon enough
American people need a list of basic freedoms that no government can deny them.
Don't worry! That constitution is set up to protect you from an overly controlling government.
Those 85 awesome essays explain why the constitution is fine .
Patrick Henry is a worry wart. Relax and the government will be fine.
I think the AOC made a huge mistake by putting too much power in the hands of the states.
Alexander Hamilton is a smart guy. We should trust him.
Strong national government is the key to fixing our economy.
I support the ratification of the constitution.
I think the government is too weak under the AOC and we need to strengthen it.
Our system of checks and balances alone will keep the president from becoming too powerful.
This new government will lead to tyranny.
The leaders of our country should be similar to the people they represent.
The AOC rocks!
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