Ratification of The Constitution Perspective of a fEderalist "Its a Wonderful sight, When people are treated right!" By: AngeL, Catherine, aNd David

We think that the Constitution should be ratified because, it would unite the quarreling states into a single republic. Under the Article of Confederation, we had a weak government and the nation was falling apart. The powers are limited and divide into three branches of power, it is the only way to ensure that no one becomes too powerful. We will address the fears of many Americans that a strong government would threaten the people's freedoms or take away their rights.

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