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c. The Three-Fifths Compromise counted slaves as literally three-fifths of a person for the purpose of determining how many representatives each state would get in the House of Representatives. d. Under the agreed-upon Constitution, the importation of slaves was to end in 1807; people could still buy and sell slaves within the U.S. borders long after that, however. e. Under the terms of the Constitution, federal judges were to be appointed for life. Question 14 a. Federalists wanted a strong federal or central government to be part of the U.S. Constitution; Antifederalists opposed it. b. Prominent revolutionary leaders including Samuel Adams, Patrick Henry, and Richard Henry Lee did indeed number among the Antifederalists, sharing their fear of strong central authority, based on their experience with England under George III. c. Many of the Antifederalists were ordinary people who regarded the Constitution as a plot by the rich to protect their interests and steal power from the poor.
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d. Correct answer. The Antifederalists actually insisted upon a Bill of Rights and feared that without it, leaders could easily co-opt the freedoms of the masses. e. Alexander Hamilton, John Jay, and James Madison wrote a series of articles published in New York newspapers under the name The Federalist , in which they argued for supporting the new Constitution.
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