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DP4 American - 4 Be familiar with the themes of Federalist 6 10 and 51 What are Hamilton and Madison advocating What are they seeking to prevent 5

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DP4: Building an American Republic Terms/Names: Federalist Anti-federalist Articles of Confederation Constitutional Convention George Mason James Madison 1. Name some weaknesses of the Articles of Confederation. 2. How does the Declaration of Independence relate to some of the ideas from John Locke’s Second Treatise ? 3. Compare some of the powers of Congress enumerated in the Bill of Rights to some of the weaknesses of the Articles of Confederation.
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Unformatted text preview: 4. Be familiar with the themes of Federalist 6, 10, and 51. What are Hamilton and Madison advocating? What are they seeking to prevent? 5. Compare the Declaration of Independence to the Declaration of the Rights of Man and of the Citizen. What are some of the similarities and differences? 6. What is the central tenet of “classical republicanism?”...
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