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Help? 1 q? “The proposed Constitution, so far from implying an abolition of the State governments, makes them constituent parts of the national sovereignty, by allowing them a direct representation in the Senate, and leaves in their possession certain exclusive and very important portions of sovereign power. This fully corresponds . . . with the idea of a federal government.” —Alexander Hamilton, 1787 Based on this passage, would you believe Hamilton to be a Federalist or an Anti-federalist? Support your decision.

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    oh... I remember this stuff. Federalist wanted a strong government and strict constitution. While Anti-Federalist wanted a loose constitution. I think what I typed was right. Been a long time since I've done this. Sorry :( But this: http://staff.gps.edu/mines/APUSH%20-antifederalists_vs_federalists.htm Will definitely hep you.

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    Oh, okay. Thanks for your help!! :)

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  3. FirstFrostByte Group Title
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    I didn't really help you much lol. Just read the link and I think would understand what meant.

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    Lol, it's fine :)

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    Definitely a federalist! He discusses subjugating the states to national authority.

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