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Anti-federalists

Summary: Anti-Federalist sentiment drove the Founding Fathers to create a Bill of Rights that was similar to the Magna Carta in England and based on free will philosophers.
America's foundation has always been to improve the well-being of the people who enter its borders. From the start of the nation, its purpose has been to change the oppression imposed upon the general public. The reason America is not British run is because our forefathers saw the oppression of the British government on the colonists. After America gained independence from Britain, the new government in which they were to create was to be different from all the rest. The leaders of the new nation came together to debate what was to be the basis and purpose for the new government. In effect, they created the Articles of Confederation, which was at best a utopian idea of what government should be, and the newly purposed Constitution. It invoked many of the same concepts that had previously been problems for the colonists.

The colonists had learned through their trouble...

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