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What inspired amendment 1, 2, and 3? Baron de Montesquieu
What were the beliefs of the federalists? They believed in a strong central government, protecting against invasions, regulating trade, garantee rights, and provide stable money.
What were the beliefs of the anti-federalists? They believed that a strong national government would take power away from the people. They believed that the government couldn't meet people's needs.
What ancient country inspired the US to have elected officials? Ancient Rome.
What ancient country inspired democracy in the US? Ancient Greece.
What showed the US that leaders should not be all powerful, and that there should be an unbiased law system? The Magna Carta.
What thing showed that people are happier when they have a list of rights that provide them with freedoms? The English Bill of Rights
Who showed that the government should be there for the people, not the other way around? John Locke.
Whomst'd've showed that power should be divided amongst three branches? Baron de Montesquieu.
What is the article I about in the Constitution? The Legislative Branch.
What is the article II about in the Constitution? The Executive Branch.
What is the article III about in the Constitution? The Judicial Branch.
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