Should the U.S .Constitution be Ratified?

Political Science / April 23, 2015 / No Comments /
A look at an argument of post Revolutionary-War times.

This paper, written as if during these historic times, argues that the Constitution should not be ratified for the interest of this newly founded land and the people within. The issue is presented by listing the positions of Anti-Federalists and Federalists on various issues including: representation, power distribution between state and central government, voting rights, and the need of bill of rights in the Constitution.
“Federalists argue that ratifying the Constitution will be an adequate and appropriate beginning of founding the country based on the idea of this proposed Constitution. However, if ratified, this Constitution will lead a number of people to suffrage from tyranny governmental, lack of say regarding representation for their opinion, and not having advantages of protecting themselves with human rights. ”


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