Anti Federalist Arguments

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Finally, the New Constitution needed to be ratified but had difficulties being passed. The Federalist, newspapers, were in support of ratification. These areas expressed the importance of the new Constitution. Antifederalist, on the other hand, believed that the Constitution would give too power to the central government while states would have little to none. In the end, anti-federals lost and federalist, those in favor of the new Constitution, added a bill of rights to satisfy anti-federalist. The bill of rights, written by James Maddison, listed prohibitions on government power over the people. Delaware was the first to ratify the new Constitution on December 7, 1787. Rhode Island was the last to ratify on May 29, 1790.Now there was a new
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