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Social Studies Ch 9

Study Guide

Federalists vs Antifederalists Federalists were for a Constitution that established a strong central government. Anti Federalist- State Rights,Weak Central Government and Bill of Rights.
Purpose of the Federalist papers Convince people to sign the Constitution and provides reasons for a strong federal gov't
Magic number for ratification 9
Why was it important for New York and Virginia to ratify the Constitution. They were larger states and had much of the power
What was promised in Virginia their antifederalists in New York also wanted before the Constitution would be ratified? The Bill of Rights First Ten Admendments to Constitution
Why did antifederalists want this? Last two states to approve the Constitution? NC and RI
Key People: Their Roles in the Ratification Process John Jay Alexander Hamilton James Madison George Mason Wrote the Federalists Papers Except for George Mason who was an Anti-Federalists
Preamble- What does it say? Purpose of the Constitution
Created by: smorlino