The Federalist Party And The Anti-Federal Party

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The United States Constitution prompted much debate when it was made. There was a vast schism between two heavily imposed factions. The Federalist Party and the Anti-Federalist Party. The federalists believed that the Constitution should be ratified and the anti-federalists (as the name assumes) believed the Constitution should not be approved. Even to this day the Constitution is still being controverted. Beyond just believing that the Constitution should be ratified, the Anti-Federalist Party had a broad ideology that they held foremost to their cause. They believed that Congress and the Executive Branch held too much power in the federal government and over the people of the people in the United States. They thought that under the Constitution

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