The Federalists were those people who supported the new Constitution of the United States. They believed in a strong national government with powers over the states. They did not support the states' rights beliefs of the followers of Thomas Jefferson. They favored protective tariffs to enable American industry to develop, favored collection of taxes from the states and favored a strong military to protect the nation.
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The federalists wanted a constitution to gain more national government power.
The anti-federalists were in favor of the Articles of Confederation as the law for the new government. If the Constitution was to be the law of the land, the anti=federalists insisted on a Bill of Rights.
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Wanted important political powers to remain with states
Federalists and Anti Federalists
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Depends on your political views and feelings about the role of Federal Government. For someone in favor of a strong centralized government the Federalists are better, for someone in favor of a Confederacy of States with a weaker Federal Government and strong State Governments, the Anti-Federalists are better. Generally the Federalists supported the ratification Constitution and the Anti-Federalist did not.
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She Had No Political Views, She Was Too Young.
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The Federalists and the Anti-Federalists
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the first two political parties in the united states was the Anti - federalists and the federalists
The Anti-Federalists, such as Patrick Henry and James Winthrop
The Anti-Federalists were proponents of decentralization, maximum autonomy of the States and feared that a strong central power would become tyrannical and nullify the local governments. They were concerned that the Union government would end up in the hands of a financial oligarchy and a bankocracy. They mainly represented the interests of the South.
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There were a number of reasons that the Federalists gave to defend their views on the ratification. The mainly supported as strong central government and state governments that did not have too much power.