batspy
  • batspy
Why did the Federalists support the ratification of the Constitution? They believed in a strong federal government. They thought that it would end slavery. They were afraid the British would take over again. They thought that it would solve all government problems.
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  • chestercat
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batspy
  • batspy
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anonymous
  • anonymous
toss up between a and d
shamallamadingdong
  • shamallamadingdong
Because the new constitution would give the central government more power then it did under the articles of confederation, and the federalists wanted a government with more power then its states

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