Why did the founding fathers fear the common people?
You got this all wrong, the Founding Fathers feared the Government, because they knew that the government cannot control the economy, without controlling the people. Therefore they made the Bill of Rights, to protect the individual rights of citizens. But even this didn't stop the Government. Just look at Executive Order 1066, Japanese American's rights were taken away within a heart beat. The Founding Fathers did not fear the people, but the Government.
The founding fathers feared that a democratic government, with power in the hands of the people. They knew and discussed how all prior democracies ended in disastrous failure.
it raped them
somebody would over rule
The founding fathers were afraid of adding a vice president because the fear was that the vice president would kill the president to take his/her place.It makes sense.
Because Democracy is power to the people. They feared that the people were not smart enough to control government. A perfect example is Shays' Rebellion. The people needed some kind of guidance and control in the nation or it would be a bunch of chaos.
You can argue they feared a monarchy or one person being too powerful because they didnt want to create a monarchy like England. You can also argue they feared the people. They feared ignorant people having too much power in a democracy and would make bad choices.
The founding fathers did not fear strong central government, if anything they supported it. The British rule was very strong in government and America did not want too much power to come to one or a group of people. So the Articles of Confederation were set up as a weak form of central government to avoid becoming like the British rule.
The founding fathers feared the rule of the people because in their experience, people were divided into upper and lower classes, and people of lower classes tended to be uneducated, uninformed, and lacking in the social sophistication which would be needed to make sound political choices. So, if everyone is allowed to vote, regardless of class, there could be some unfortunate election results. In addition, democracy was essentially experimental. There had been some earlier historical… Read More
the most common fear is people...meant by people are mostly scared of what peole say or think then people are scared of death or tragedies..
The fear of "666" is quite common, obviously, anything to do with the Devil, a lot of people have a fear of it.
There are many common things that people have a fear of. They include heights, spiders, snakes, crowds, closed spaces,dogs and flying.
Why did the Founding Fathers in creating the electoral college fear a mobocracy and dishonest ballot counting?
They feared it because they didnt want dim wit joe dirt kicker from setting the country into a path that only pertained to him or his kind. That is why only people who where of a certain age, white, male, and who owned land (the brightest people in the eyes of the founding fathers because of preceieved supporitity of white males and also because usually those people usually where literate and smart due to being… Read More
yes Democracy is the Tyranny of the Majority. That's why we are supposed to be a Constitutional Republic. That way the minorities rights are protected against mob rule. The word democracy is not in the Declaration of Independence, or the Bill of Rights. Our founding fathers hated democracy. We the People have rights that no one can vote or legislate away. At least that's what was intended. Today the government is so out of control… Read More
It's Claustrophobia. Fear of small spaces
There is no specific name for someone with a fear of people wearing nail polish. This is a very common phobia that people have. ÊAlektorophobia is the fear of chickens.
Pistanthrophobia [Fear of trusting people] It's not a phobia, just common sense. You can't trust people, they're crazy.
The Founding Fathers felt the need to change the Articles of Confederation because of the desire for a stronger Government. A conflict called Shay's Rebellion created a fear of violence, and many saw stronger government as a solution. The issue of states' freedom was also a contributing factor, and how each state could be represented in the government. The initial meeting of the now-named "Constitutional Convention" was intended just to revise the Articles, but instead… Read More
hmm well i would say that . ok so maybe the answer would be ( anthropopophobia fear of people ) can be related to enochlophobia fear of large groups and crouds of people gelotophobia fear of ridicule of others you know people glossophobia fear of speaking in front of people sitophobia fear of eating with or in front of people you get it ? :)
A huge amount of people fear dying. It is common to fear dying. Unless your suicidal...... :(
Glossophobia affects 75% of people worldwide fear of speaking in public. Arachnophobia affects 60%,fear of spiders. Ophidiophobia affects 51%, fear of snakes. Necrophobia affects 50%, fear of death. Those are some of the common phobias I have for you.
Because people used to be persecuted and put in jail and even killed for speaking out or against the Crown or other forms of government. Americans have the right to speak their minds. We decided to have a country where people could say what they felt without fear of retribution. Freedom of speech was actually in the Bill of Rights because of the Stamp Act of 1765. The right of the people peaceably to assemble… Read More
Ignorance, religion and fear seem to be the most common motivating factors for unfair or different treatment of transgender people. People fear what the they don't understand. People hate what they fear. People follow religious teachings of others who hate and fear what they don't understand. The human race is messed up that way.
The founding fathers were afraid of a direct democracy because people in masses are generally stupid. The Electoral College was established to create a republic based of this mistrust of �mobocracy� or the theory that ignorant people would decide an election and the newly elected president would run the country into the ground. The construction of our government fortifies this theory. The judicial branch consists of nine members who retain their positions for life (or… Read More
No Jesus had no fear over death, he knew he was doing the fathers will and he would arise on the third day.
Which was stronger under the Articles of Confederation the state governments or the national government?
The state governments were much stronger. After their experience with Britain's king, the founding fathers gave very little power to the national government in fear of tyranny. Only after the failures of the Articles of Confederation was a strong national government seen as necessary.
Yes fear is a common noun
Humans are very fond of labeling things: Men! who are men? To the founding Fathers; Caucasion Land-owning Gentry, 1st class: Wives and daughters of 1st class, 2nd class; Spanish greasers; 3rd class; African negrows, slave class; The people Columbus named Indians. Terrorist class, you had to fear them, they wanted their lands back!
Conservative Republicans are opposed to socialism because it is not why the founding fathers fought the American revolution. Another answer is that Socialism divides the wealth of the wealthiest into wealth by the common good. Thus, there is no competition for the wealth because everyone is guaranteed of it. The fear here is that no production will occur when you are given wealth without work. The government sphere follows this strata... Left Communism<---Socialism<---Democracy--->Republicanism--->Fascism Rule by… Read More
the most common fear is being afraid of public speaking. even more than people afraid of dying
Exactly what has happened. That the political party would forget the will of the people and that the people elected would care more about getting elected than the common good. Our founding fathers never dreamed that the political system would develop into what has developed. They knew that men would disagree, argue, and eventually compromise on issues, but that the "essential good" would take over and that they would do the right thing. They never… Read More
There is no official word that means "fear of fathers." However, the Greek word for "father" is "pater", so a possible neologism would be "paterophobia."
This is a very common fear, however there is no technical name like "claustrophobia" simply because it in itself is not a phobia. I heard somewhere that it has to do with OCD and even people without OCD can have this fear. It really is just the fear of being restrained.
Many people have phobias. Phobias are a excruciating fear of an object or situation. The most common ones are ophidiophobia which is snakes, arachnophobia which is spiders, acrophobia which is heights, and agoraphobia which is the fear of being unable to escape.
To instill fear. By instilling fear he made the people of the city cooperate. It is common throughout the WW2 era.
it is a fear of cheese, which is common amongst the extreme cheesy nibble warlords of westminster. People who have this will not go near cheese in fear of being battered to a bloody pulp. :o
Nephophobia is fear of clouds and not too many people have that. Another very rare one is fear of being eaten known as phagophobia. The least common of all is answers.comaphobia since nobody should be afraid of us!
As they say, "A direct democracy is two wolves and a lamb deciding what to have for dinner." I like that in a representative republic, you let some chosen by the most people go to the capital and do research on things, meet with other representatives, and decide your future based on the expertise that they get that simply is not available to all of us citizens. Of course, you can now also have your… Read More
The Supreme Court's 1857 verdict, denying freedom to the slave Dred Scott. It claimed that when the Constitution declared a man's property to be sacred, the Founding Fathers would have ruled that 'property' included slaves. This meant that slavery was protected by the Constitution throughout the Union.
One of the most common phobias is Agoraphobia which is the fear of public places. Another common phobia is a fear of heights.
There are rather a lot of them, about 29 million population at the last count. I doubt they all have the same fear, however given the problems the country faces the most common fear I have heard is a generalised concern for their collective future. Which is understandable.
Not knowing anybody there. Peer pressure. Not knowing your way around.
Fear of being abused more?
What are the release dates for Spider-Man - 1994 Sins of the Fathers Chapter 7 The Man Without Fear 3-7?
Spider-Man - 1994 Sins of the Fathers Chapter 7 The Man Without Fear 3-7 was released on: USA: 28 September 1996
Answer It is the role of historians to study the past and report what they believe happened, how it happened and why - without fear or favor. Some historians have noted that the Founding Fathers expressed no interest in establishing a state religion or in incorporating religious principles in the constitutiion. In fact, they see that the constitution of the United States actually forbids state participation in religion.
The fear of sales people can be categorized as the fear of strangers: Xenophobia.
not very common. :]
People are afraid of death. And of the afterlife. The horror genre attempts to capitalize on that fear.
By increasing their personal security and by making their home and possessions more secure
Anatideaphobia is the fear that somehow, somewhere, a duck is watching you. Aerophobia is the fear of swallowing air. Vestiophobia is the fear of clothes. Arachibutyrophobia is the fear of peanut butter clinging to the top of your mouth. Panophobia is the fear of everything. None of these are common AT ALL. XD