The truth is, after all the declamation we have heard, that the constitution is itself in every rational sense, and to every useful purpose, A BILL OF RIGHTS... and... the constitution of each state is its bill of rights. And the proposed constitution, if adopted, will be the bill of rights of the union.
-Alexander Hamilton, Federalist #84
What was Alexander Hamilton's opinion on the Bill of Rights, as expressed in The Federalist Papers?
He believed that only 5 of the Amendments were necessary
He was for the Constitution including it before ratification and would no
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He was for the Constitution including it before ratification and would not vote for the Constitution unless it was in it
He thought that a Bill of Rights were unnecessary since the Constitution already provided protections
He thought it should be modeled after the British constitution