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Why do you think a significant number of Americans, known as the Antifederalists, opposed the Federal Constitution but in the end were unable to prevent its ratification?

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    They probably had issues with it because of the whole "we just fought a tyrannical government, we don't want another tyrannical government" concept that it could have presented if the whole Constitution thing went sideways.

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