Rhode Island and North Carolina
Which were he last two states to ratify after the new government begun to function?
North Carolina and rhode island
It was difficult to ratify the constitution because of the fact that some of the delegates didn't agree on some things. The most important reason that it was difficult to ratify was because the people of the states had fear of having an oppressive government after they already had the oppressive government of the British.
The United States Congress is the legislative branch of the Federal Government, tasked by the voting public to create and ratify laws for the nation's benefit.
Three reasons why the state should ratify the constitution is: 1) A stronger government will be formed . 2) The three powers protected the rights of the people already . 3) Bill of Rights
A stronger government will be formed
No the Government of the United States did. He was the Supporter of the Federalists
(They wanted to prevent an abuse of national government.)
In the United States the power rests with Congress.
9 out of the 13 states had to agree for the constitution to become law.Only 9 of the 13 states had to ratify the Constitution in order for the new government to go into effect. (Article Seven)All 13 eventually did, but North Carolina (1789) and Rhode island (1790) did so after the government was already in operation (March 4, 1789).
Three quarters of the States would need to ratify the result of a new Constitutional Convention.
Several states did not ratify the Constitution right away because they felt the federal government had to much power. Once the Bill of Rights was added, the states that were hesitate ratified the Constitution.
Only 9 states needed to approve for the new plan of government.
The states ratify ammendaments. But only amendments that pertain or affect the state.
Some states ratified the US Constitution after it had already taken effect because they feared that the government could threaten their rights and freedoms. This ratification was done by adding the Bill of Rights which states the basic rights of all citizens within the country.
new york and new jersey
9 states were needed to ratify the Constitution
what is the time limit for states to ratify an amendment
Some states were reluctant to ratify the constitution because they feared it provided the federal government with too much power. The U.S. Constitution was ratified on June 21, 1788.
I learned this in class a while ago and they all had to ratify it for it to be approved that or 9 of the thirteen states had to ratify it
who decides how states will ratify the amendments?congresspresidentjusticesstatesthe best answer is congress
first five states to ratify the articles of the confederation?
TO help ratify the Constitution in the states where strong government was feared .