Federalists preferred stable central regimes and weak state regimes while the

Federalists preferred stable central regimes and weak

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the antifederalists wanted power from the states rather than the central government (Pole, 1987). The beliefs bestowed by the federalists can also be labelled as nationalist.Federalists and Antifederalists plan to organize the federal governmentFederalists had a plan to shape the centralized rule even at the expense of the state citizens. Antifederalists did not have idea initially even after opposing the ratification of the united states constitution. Therefore, they were forced to contest the confirmation in each state convention
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POLITICAL SCIENCE 2because they did not organize the thirteen nations effectively. Antifederalists indicated that they believed the constitution amalgamated a lot of authority in congress hands at the expense of the countries (Siemers, 2004). Besides they also thought that the unitary head of state weirdly took after the monarch and the resemblance would develop conspiracy in the courts.On the other hand, federalists wanted a federal government that protected the rights and freedom of the citizens and power that was vested in national governments. Antifederalists also
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