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Why did the federalist change their ideals?

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They didn't change their ideals. The Federalist papers wouldn't have been written if they had.
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What is a Federalist?

A federalist is someone who supports a strong centralized government.   Back around the time of the Revolutionary War was being waged, the Constitutional convention was ta

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