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Fear of Strong Federal Government in 18th Century

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1. Apprehensions of Anti-federalists regarding the establishment of a strong Federal Government

2. Citizens even fear today of Federal government tyranny in several areas of their life

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United States got independence from Great Britain in 1776. The anti-federalists voiced their concern that the new constitution did not divide the powers of the three branches of government equally. The anti-federalists argued that the new constitution gave too much power to the national government, while the states ...

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This solution explains about the fear of the establishment of strong Federal government during late 18th century and even today.

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