Anti-federalists thought that the Constitution gave too much power to the government and didn't think the people were represented enough. The anti-federalists thought states should have more rights.
I believe the STATES had more POWER.
It did not give too much power to the central government. Not one group had ample power over another and gave the people a more individual feeling rather than a strict union.
Antifederalists are located around the world and often group themselves into small communities. They are against a more structured government and attempted to push their countries away from it as best they can.
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Anti-federalists believe that State government should be more important and more powerful than the Federal government. They also believe that the Bill of Rights is good and that it should be kept.
Most modernized countries believe that there should be equal rights. There are cultures though that believe that the men are more superior.
1.25 should have more power but it depends on the design.
who said they need more power, for the States? And they felt that they should have more Power was the government
Right now, what i believe, is that Congress is in more power then the President. :/
I don't believe so but if she is then more power to her.
One of the principles that many Republicans believe in is that government should have limited power. In places where the government has more power, there are often dictators, and very little freedom for the people.
The antifederalists wanted to give more power to the states rather than the federal government. The federalists, on the other hand, wanted an extremely powerful, strong central government. They finally compromised on a constitution when the Bill of Rights were drafted, guaranteeing certain powers to the people and the states.
Why teachers should be paid more than doctors, is a matter of opinion. I don't believe they should be paid more.
Some characteristics of the Democratic Party include that they are more liberal, pro-choice, and lean toward more government help and programs. They believe power should flow upward.
Democrats believe that those who are fortunate enough to have more should contribute more, and republicans believe that they have theirs and no one should even take a reasonable amount of it, even though their father probably earned it for them, and that everyone else can screw off.
the religion classes are the classes that help you to believe in God and his power more.
more, more, yes please more!
They believe in states rights. The constitution implies that states should have more right to enforce the rules instead of the federal government. This is beneficial for the country because when you allow states to take control, the laws are applied specifically for the needs of the people on the state.
There is an entire school of thought that says if you believe in something your mind has the power to make it come true. It has been my experience that this is more or less true. Therefore I would say it is inadvisable to entertain the idea of "Bad luck."
State's Rights is the political idea that state governments should have more power than the federal government, specifically the right to nullify a law they don't agree with or believe to be unconstitutional.
because George Washington lent his prestige to the constitution and the federalist,also they were more organized :)