Chapter 8 Sec 3
Chapter 8 Sec 3

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I Federalists and Anti Federalists Constitution 1 Based on Federalism 2 System of government where power is shared btwn federal and state government I Federalists and Anti Federalists ID: 540209 Download Presentation

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Chapter 8 Sec 3I. Federalists and Anti Federalists

Constitution 1. Based on Federalism 2. System of government where power is shared btwn federal and state governmentSlide2

I. Federalists and Anti FederalistsB. Federalists:

supported the Constitution Slide3

I. Federalists and Anti Federalists

C. Anti Federalists 1. Opposed the Constitution 2. Thought it took too much power away from the states 3. Thought it did not guarantee rightsSlide4

II. Federalist Papers

Written by Federalists 1. James Madison, John Jay Alexander Hamilton 2. A series of 85 articles appearing in the newspapers. Meant to stir support for the Constitution a. Federalists have an advantage because the newspapers tended to support the Constitution Slide5

III Battle for Ratification

Delaware 1st state to ratify, followed by NJ & PA Virginia refused to ratify until Bill of Rights was addedRhode Island was last to ratify Slide6

IV. Bill of RightsFirst 10 amendments

Protects American Rights