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Unformatted text preview: Fed eralists • Legislative supremacy o No executive o No judiciary • Experience causes change • Annapolis convention o 1786 o Failed Not enough delegates came • Philadelphia Convention o 1978 o Success- Secured attendance All Members were fairly well off economically They were all young minus WA and Franklin • Values from 1770-1780 • Their experience showed that Whig values weren’t working • Northwest Ordnance o States gave up land for Articles voluntarily No Slavery Schools for religion Way to have revenue Anti-Federalists • Executive and Judicial have too much power o No Bill of Rights o No Separation of Powers o Lack of Representation—Legislation is too small o Not enough State power o Federal Government can directly effect citizens • Checks and balances o Veto was seen as source to limit legislation • Ambition of each branch checks each other o Ensures liberty Graphing • Hypothesis- An educated guess o + + More of one—more of the other o- - Less of one—less of the other...
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This note was uploaded on 04/09/2008 for the course POL 1101 FS1 taught by Professor Lee during the Fall '08 term at Saint Joseph's University.
- Fall '08
- American Politics