Federalist Support the constitution

''James Madison, Alexander Hamilton, and John Jay led the Federalist campaign for ratification. In a series of newspaper essays, they recalled the weaknesses of the government under the Articles of Confederation. They showed how the Constitution would remedy those weaknesses by creating a stronger, more effective union of the states.''

The Anti federalist are people who are against the constitution. They found to dislike new plans in congress. They believed that a president would gain enough power to rule like a king. The ideas of giving any state power to form a stronger union made them uneasy.

By: Alyssa, Francisco, Joseph

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