When Was It Called The Constitutional Convention Of September 17, 1787

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On September 17, 1787 the Constitution was written. This event is also known as the Constitutional Convention. The Anti-Federalists and the Federalists, had different views on the Constitution, the Federalists had wanted the Constitution to be ratified with limited power of the government. Where as the Anti-Federalists had not wanted the Constitution to be ratified and wanted a compromise for this problem. For this conflict to have a compromise this is where the Bill of Rights came in. On September 25, 1789 the Bill of Rights was added with the Ten Amendments and finally proposed on December 15,1791.
Before all this had happened there had been the Constitution by the government. The Constitution was just the guidelines and the rules that …show more content…

The anti-federalist were the opposing party of the federalist disagreeing with the strong government. The anti-federalists had wanted a weaker government and had wanted individual rights for people by adding the bill of rights to the constitution.The anti-federalists were the type of political group who wanted rights for the people and for the United States, so everyone could have their individual rights as people.The anti-federalists believed that the federalists and the constitution was granting too much power to the federal courts at any expense. The Anti-federalists were arguing that the federal courts would be to far away to have justice for each average citizen.That is when the goal of the anti federalists was to stop the ratification of the constitution from …show more content…

The anti federalist wanted the individual rights or known as bill of rights to be added. So both anti federalists and federalists had bothe gotten what each party had wanted. The federalists had asked the anti federalists to vote for the constitution for it to be ratified and then the federalists would have the Bill of rights added to the constitution.At one point the anti federalists had gotten worried that the federalist would not add the bill of rights to the constitution.Both political parties had agreed on this, which came to this idea of a compromise for each side of the debate.
After each side had made a compromise more amendments had been added for good by the congress. On September 25, 1789 the First congress had finally proposed the twelve amendments to the constitution.The congress had passed the twelve amendments and provided the first original ten amendments to the constitution.The first ten amendments were referred as Bill of rights and

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