• anonymous
With which statement would an Anti-federalist agree? - checks and balances weaken the government - too much power is being given to the states - we must have a strong national government - a national bill of rights should be adopted
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  • anonymous
Anti-Federalists would only agree with the statement regarding the Bill of Rights. They believed in states' rights, did not want a strong central government and checks and balances were meant to keep one set of people from holding too much power, not weaken the government as a whole.

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