anonymous
  • anonymous
Would the below quote most likely be made by a Federalist or Anti-Federalist? "The most important end of government then, is the proper direction of its internal police, and economy; this is the province of the state governments, and it is evident, and is indeed admitted, that these ought to be under their control.”
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anonymous
  • anonymous
I think Federalist but I want to be sure.
anonymous
  • anonymous
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paki
  • paki
proper direction of its internal police, and economy; this is the province of the state governments, and it is evident, and is indeed admitted, that these ought to be under their control = so federalist.... and yes you are correct...

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AnimalLover8
  • AnimalLover8
it is anti federalist because it says that the internal police and economy "ought to be in THEIR control" referring to the power of the states (anti federalist) i think it is anti

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