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Anti Federalists

Summary: Describes the views of a Anti-federalist during the time the U.S. Constitution was being ratified. Questions the existence of the new government. Debates the idea of a strong, central government.
People of the United States, it has come to my attention that there is a great ongoing debate on the issue of adopting the constitution. My opinion is simply a NO. I disagree with many of its political policies and deny the desire for a stronger and more central government. The dangers of such government are obvious. With a stronger government comes the fear of tyranny, which we have just fought a bloody war to escape. What would be stopping the government from restricting the rights of the people and dictating our daily lives? Not only will oppression befall the people but the state government will also be powerless to conflict with federal law as it states in the constitution; if and state law ever conflicts with federal law, then federal law always rules.

Also, we must take into consideration the background of the constitution. It was created...

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