In the Madisonian Model for government, James Madison stated his belief that:
The Constitution would be harmful to the lower class.
The masses should not be trusted to make many of the decisions necessary to govern.
The Constitution gives too much power to the central government.
The strong central government in the Constitution would be detrimental to individual liberties.
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In the Madisonian Model for government, James Madison stated his belief that: d.The strong central government in the Constitution would be detrimental to individual liberties.
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Which of the following describes the Constitutional Convention of 1787?
All states were represented except Rhode Island.
The delegates agreed that The Articles of Confederation provided for a central government that was too strong and powerful.
The convention met in Boston, Massachussetts.
The delegates agreed on the need for a new Constitution, making ratification a quick and simple process.