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Differe: Be unlikeEvaluate to the extent which the federalists and the anti federalists were different in the debateover the ..Evaluate the extent to which Federalists and the Anti-federalists differed in the debate over theratification of the Constitution.To begin with, the Federalists and the Anti-Federalists had many differences on manytopics. This rivalry of some sense began over 200 years ago, when the delegates met to ‘amend’the Articles of Confederation. During that convention the idea of coming up with a completelynew government was brought up. Since then 2 sides were formed. The Federalists- those whosupported that idea, and the Anti-Federalists- those who disagreed with that idea. Together theyhave had many disagreements over certain aspects of the Constitution, and whether or not theConstitution should be ratified. The Anti-Federalists even went as far as to create a new clausebecause they didn’t believe the Constitution was enough, the Federalists obviously did not agreewith this idea. Looking past their differences, they did have a collective agreement, it was thatthe current constitution (The Articles of Confederation) was in dire need of a change.First of all, the Federalists and the Anti-Federalists had one major disagreement betweeneach other, which was a clause that the Anti-Federalists had created, which was the Bill of

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Term
Fall
Professor
MARISA CARLISI
Tags
Federalism, United States Bill of Rights, Anti Federalism

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