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The Formation of the U.S. Constitution

Summary: Details the events leading up to the forming of the American constitution. Describes the contributions made by early American leaders.
Two political leaders in the young status of the thirteen states of confederation held very different views in forming a new government. Richard Henry Lee was against the ratification of the U.S. Constitution. Opposing Lee's views, James Madison was well known as the Father of the Constitution. These strong yet diverse opinions will be influential in the forming of what will become the guidelines of a constitution that has withstood the unquestionable test of time.

Richard Henry Lee was against the ratification of the constitution due to the idea of an absolute power being in control. He believed that if the thirteen states were placed under one power or government, the aristocratic population would be set back to a more common classification. These people having made something of them selves in America would lose their power and reputation under these new plans...

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