The constitution didnt allow state issued paper money

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class wanted or needed. The Constitution didn’t allow state issued paper money, it was in control of days and times for elections, and the omissions of any guaranteed individual liberties were a could more reasons Antifederalists did not agree with the Constitution.
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- Why did the government proposed by the constitutional convention employ multiple checks on each branch? The government employed multiple checks on each branch so that not one branch would become more powerful than the others. It made sure everyone stayed equal. - Leaders in the new nation held that voting should be restricted to citizens who possessed independence of mind. What did they mean by “independence of mind,” and why did they provide for this restriction? Primary Source Analysis (use your book to read the document) - A Slave Sues for Her Freedom, pg. 236-237. What events encouraged the slave Bett to take her master to court to sue for freedom? Bett was a slave to Pieter Hogeboom. When he died in 1758, Bett and her sister, Lizzie, moved to Massachusetts to be a slave at Hogeboom’s daughter and son in law’s home. Hannah, Hogeboom’s daughter, was very mean. She tried hitting Betts’ sister with a hot kitchen shovel, but Bett stepped in and it burned her arm instead. Bett also overheard many conversations involving Colonel John Ashely, Hannah’s husband, about the rights of people and people being allowed to be free. These events led to Bett getting a lawyer and winning her case to be a free woman.
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