anonymous
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Which of the following arguments would have been used by a Federalist? A strong, central government will be able to handle the problems that face the new nation. Without a bill of rights, the Constitution will not provide basic liberties. The Constitution will strengthen the democratic state governments and decrease the powers of the central government. The Constitution will provide a more elitist government by concentrating power in relatively few hands at a great distance from voters.
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anonymous
  • anonymous
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Opcode
  • Opcode
Which of the following arguments would have been used by a Federalist? A strong, central government will be able to handle the problems that face the new nation.
anonymous
  • anonymous
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