A conspiracy against the freedom of America, both deep and dangerous, has been formed...Our thirteen free commonwealths are to be consolidated into one despotic monarchy. ...Thus our laws are to be administered by this tyrant; for the whole, or at least the most important part of the executive department is put in his hands...The President-general, who is to be our king after this government is established, is vested with powers exceeding those of the most despotic monarch we know of in modern times
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A Federalist would say..the Articles of Confederation answers all of the concerns the Anti-Federalists have about the office of the President
A Federalist would say..the President's power as Commander in Chief gives him power to send the military where he wants
A Federalist would say...the President will have limited powers because of separation of powers and checks and balances
All of the above
I wanna say C or D..