Perspective of Federalists "Defend our constitution before its too late To defend us"

The Federalists argued that the Constitution would create a national government that was strong enough to unite the quarreling states into a single republic. (TCI15)

Constitution would remedy those weaknesses by creating a stronger, more effective union of the states.(TCI15)

The Federalist leaders also addressed the fears of many Americans that a strong government would threaten their freedom or take away their rights.(TCI15)

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