Reasons why States should Ratify the Constitution "Keep calm and ratify the ConstItution"

The states should ratify the Constitution because the Constitution would remedy the weaknesses of the Articles of Confederation by creating a stronger, more effective union of the states.
They should Ratify it because the Constitution would divide the powers among three branches or that neither branch could become too powerful to threaten their freedom or take away their rights.
If you ratified the constitution it would create national government that was strong enough to unite a quarreling States into single republic

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