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  • Federalist vs. Anti-Federalist The Elastic Clause Or The Necessary and Proper Clause
  • Objectives
    • You will learn the difference between the Federalist and Anti-Federalists beliefs
    • You will learn the meaning and use of the Elastic Clause in the Constitution
    • You will learn what people supported each position
    • You will learn how to take Supreme Court decisions and determine what position they supported
  • Elastic Clause
    • Article 1 Section 8 Clause 18
    • Necessary and Proper Clause
    • Gives Congress the authority to pass all laws needed to carry out the enumerated powers in the Constitution
  • Jefferson vs. Hamilton
    • Jefferson was an Anti-Federalist
    • Hamilton was a Federalist
    • Jefferson wanted strong state governments
    • Hamilton wanted a strong federal government
    • Jefferson believed the Constitution only gave enumerated powers
    • Hamilton believed the Constitution gave implied powers
  • Federalists Papers
    • 85 essays advocating ratification of the Constitution
    • Primary source for interpretation of the Constitution
    • Authors wanted to influence the vote in favor of ratification and shape future interpretations
    • Authors were Alexander Hamilton, James Madison, and John Jay
  • Federalists vs. Anti-Federalists
    • Federalists believe in a strong federal government
    • Federalists believe that the Constitution has implied powers
    • Anti-Federalists believe in a limited federal government and strong state governments
    • Anti-Federalists believe that the Constitution has only enumerated powers
  • Procedure
    • Discuss the Elastic Clause in the Constitution and the Federalist Papers
    • Determine which position you support and why and move to that area in the class
    • Try to convince undecideds to your side
    • Fill in chart
    • Discuss Marshall cases and choose one to research
  • Chart Who Supported Beliefs Types of people who supported Anti-Federalists Federalists