Constitutional Arguments

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American History

 

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Anonymous

 

Date added:

January 7, 2017

 

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University

 

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A

 

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In thinking about this paper I tried to decided what I side I would have fallen on during the Constitution debates. After some thought, I came to the conclusion that I would have been an Anti-federalist. Anti-federalists have generally been associated with being proponents of states rights. They tended to view the national government with suspicion; as a group that needed to be carefully monitored or else they would take advantage of their rights...
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This train of thought makes sense. The more power a body is given, the more likely that person will take advantage of that power. This just comes down to human nature. Since we have a sinful nature we will not tend to think of others first. Instead the desire for more power overtakes any type of moral standing we may possess...
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