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The anti federalists werent against the constitution, they were with it.
The anti - federalist argued against ratification. They attacked nearly every part of the new document.
federalists--for the Constitution anti-federalists--against the Constitution
because they wanted to that's why now go on somewhere
There were two sides to the Great Debate: the Federalists and the Anti-Federalists. The Federalists wanted to ratify the Constitution, the Anti-Federalists did not.
The federalists and anti-federalists were the two political factions when the constitution was created. Federalists were in favor of the constitution the anti-federalist in oppositions. Their main argument was the power of the presidency, would it turn into a monarchy, and that there was no bill of rights. This was later solved by promises for the Bill of Rights, the first ten amendments to the constitution that cannot be violated, and the addition of checks and balances.
The federalists argued in favor of ratification of the new constitution, and the anti-federalists were those who opposed the constitution.
federalists wanted strong central power, anti federalists wanted state power
the anti-federalists were against the constitution and for them to agree with the federalist the federalists needed to add a bill of rights so the anti-federalists could agree with the philadelphia constitution
Yes he was a anti-federalist
Federalists are for the constitution while the antifederalist are not
He was a Anti-federalist. (against the ratification of the US constitution.)
Anti-federalists were most prominently led by President Andrew Jackson.
anti federalists had more guns ammo and more practice
the difference between anti-federalists and federalist were the federalists wanting to ratification of the Constitution and the anti-federalist opposed the ratification of the constitution.
The federalists favoured a stronger federal government, the anti-federalists supported the rights of states.
those against the constitution were anti federalists
supporters of the new constitution were federalists and anti federalists where the peoepl agianst the new constitution.
Federalists wanted to urge the Constitution to be in action, but the Anti-Federalists didn't want the Constitution to be in commencement. They were against it.
Federalists were overwhelmingly northern; Anti-Federalists were overwhelmingly southern
The federalists were people who supported the strong national government established in the new constitution. The Anti-federalists were those who opposed a strong central government.