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31 August, 10:13

The framers of the constitution began with the famous words "we the people" consider weather those words were federalist or anti-federalist and what was meant by "the people" Which can you infer about those opening words.

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  1. 31 August, 11:54
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    People who have supported the Constitution had become known as Federalists, but for those who are against it as they believed it gave the national government so much power have been named Anti-Federalists

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    A series of essays were published, with John Jay's encouragement, by James Madison and Alexander Hamilton to convince people to amend the Constitution.

    The 85 poems, defined as "The Federalist," explained how the new administration will operate and published in state-wide journals in the autumn of 1787 under the pseudonym of Publius (the "Public" in Latin).

    Federalists demanded that "the people" meant "We, the people of the United States" instead of the citizens of cities, counties, and states. The main dispute among anti-Federalist and Federalists didn't concern the best methods of empowering the people most accurate with the protection of personal rights.
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