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28 August, 08:35

which statement would an anti-federalist be most likely to agree with? a. large states should have more influence in congress than small states b. the federal government should be more powerful than state governments c. the constitution needs to be changed to include a bill of rights d. a strong government is necessary in order to protect citizens from foreign influence

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  1. 28 August, 08:49
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    c. the constitution needs to be changed to include a bill of rights

    Explanation:

    An anti-federalist be most likely to agree with the statement that the constitution needs to be changed to include a bill of rights.

    Anti-federalist is a movement in the late-18th century that is against the establishment of a stronger United States Federal government and also later go against the ratification of the 1787 Constitution. The former Constitution which is refer to as the Articles of Confederation and Perpetual Union bestowed so much authority on the state government which was head by Patrick Henry of Virginia during the time.

    The Anti-federalist were concerned that the position of President might leads to monarchy even though the Constitution at the time was ratified, Anti-federalist made possible the passage of the United States Bill of Rights.
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