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    • Federalists TeeJay, Nick, Khali, Rachel TeeJay
    • Federalist
      • The federalists are people who wanted ratification of the constitution
      • The anti federalists were against ratification and argued that the federalists gained ratification illegally
      TeeJay
    • What strategies did federalist use in the struggle for ratification?
      • The federalists bribed to rush the process so the anti federalists didn’t have the time to oppose them
      • They scheduled the ratification too early so westerners from Pennsylvania couldn’t send many delegates
      • They also published essays in newspapers to get people to support ratification and to rebut anti federalist arguments
      TeeJay
    • Factions
      • A smaller group within a larger group.
      • It is like the special teams on a football team.
      • Or an American baseball team going to china.
      Nick
    • Central Argument
      • Civic virtue can’t be relied on as the sole support of a government that protects peoples rights and promote their welfare.
      • The way the constitution organizes the government.
      • The representation of different interests in the government will protect basic rights.
      Nick
    • How did the ratification succeed?
      • Nine states voted to ratify the constitution except New York and Virginia.
      • Without Virginia the nation would be split in two, and New York was America’s primary commercial hub.
      • The Federalists struck a deal.
      • They added a bill of rights to the Constitution.
      • New York and Virginia approved.
      Khali
    • How did the ratification succeed?
      • Next step was getting North Carolina and Rhode Island to approve the constitution.
      • North Carolina approved when the ten amendments became the Bill of Rights.
      • Rhode Island finally ratified when its largest city, Providence, threatened to leave and join the union.
      Khali
    • Critical Thinking
      • 1 . Do modern communications technologies promote the formation of “majority factions” in America today? Why or why not?
      • Have modern communications technologies contributed to a country that is at least as factional as Madison observed in 1787? Why or why not?
      • How relevant do you think Madison’s argument in Federalist 10 remains today?
      Khali
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