Why Is The Constitution Ratified

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During the time before the ratification of the U.S. Constitution, the country was split into two factions. The Federalists, who drafted the Constitution, thought that the limited power of state government and limited individual rights to the people was the best form of government. And the Anti-Federalist, who believed that the strong federal government, as drafted in the Constitution,would strip people of their personal liberties and state governments of their sovereignty.Although the Constitution was ratified, if it wasn’t for compromises from both sides we might still be governed by the Articles of Confederation. The Federalists believed the Constitution that they made was perfect the way they had written it. Centralizing the government’s

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