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During the conflicts between the two parties there was a lot ofun-oraginization and weren't many specific guideline's The anti- federalists feared human inclination while the federalists believed that a strong national government would change selfish instincts into a common good. So when a federalist became president he made a stronger government which is the republic. :)

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Q: How did the federalist and anti-federalist conflict effect the development of politics in the new republic?
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