Find copies of three Anti-Federalist Papers on the Web. Be sure to properly cite your sources using APA formatting. Based on your readings, prepare a discussion about what the United States may have looked like had the Anti-Federalists "won" their points in the ratification debate and the writing of the Constitution.© BrainMass Inc. brainmass.com October 17, 2018, 12:56 am ad1c9bdddf
The Anti-Federalists, also fought in the American Revolution, were pro The Bill of Rights. They were mostly farmers and workers, not the prominent business owners (which Federalists were). They were opposed to a strong nationalistic government. They opposed the originally drafted US Constitution, until the Bill of Rights were added as Amendments, insisting it made the National Government too strong and the ability to wield too much power over the States. They were pro very small national government involvement, have a national government for the sole purpose of ...
This solution visualizes what the United States may have looked like had the Anti-Federalists "won" their points in the ratification debate and the writing of the Constitution.
Ratification debates are included.
I explain the views of the Federalists versus those of the Anti-Federalists regarding ratification of the United States Constitution. I provide an in-depth analysis of the arguments of both sides and why the Federalists prevailed.View Full Posting Details