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1. Three Supreme Court cases dramatically expanded the power of the federal government. Explain the outcome of these cases, including an analysis of how each impacted the traditional interest groups aligned with the Federalist and Anti-Federalist traditions. 2. Discuss the different views of tyranny held by the Federalists and the Anti-Federalists, and how their concerns were addressed at the Constitutional Convention of 1787. Be sure to identify specific features of the Constitution that reflect the compromises forged among the competing interests. a. Great Compromise i. Resolution between 1. Big states a. Wanted representatives by population 2. and Small states a. Wanted each state to have an equal voice ii. Addresses conflict between interest groups and tyranny 1. Larger interest groups won lifetime judiciary. President elected by electors of each state. Senate elected by state legislature 2. Smaller interest groups got what they wanted: congressional veto of state laws, congress elect president, etc.
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