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  1. 1.06 Compare viewpoints about government in the Federalist and the Anti-Federalist Papers Patrick Henry Anti-Federalist Alexander Hamilton Federalist

  2. Federalists and Anti-Federalists

  3. powerful central gov’t separation of powers into Legislative, Executive, and Judicial checks and balances, for example the veto, Senate approves Presidential appointments,... states rights, states more powerful than the central gov’t unicameral, weak gov’t is preferred checks and balances not needed, central gov’t is weak Federalists and Anti-Federaliststhe two factions that disagreed about the new Constitution of 1787

  4. Loose interpretation of the Constitution wrote The Federalist Papers, 85 newspaper articles explaining the advantages of the new Constitution that created a powerful central government strict interpretation of the Constitution wrote a few Anti-Federalist Papers demanded a Bill of Rights added to the Constitution to limit the power of the new, central government Federalists and Anti-Federalists

  5. agreed to add a Bill of Rights in exchange for votes to ratify the new Constitiution of 1787 the Constitution of 1787 was adopted after Va and NY voted to ratify it the Anti-Federalists voted to ratify and worked to get the 1st 10 Amendments, the Bill of Rights, added in 1791 to the new Constitution Federalists and Anti-Federalists