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A history of the top Antifederalist apprehensions about the Constituiton. The Antifederalists, also known as opponents of enemies of the Constitution, brought up several claims that were disputed by the Federalist supporters of the document. Among them was the lack of a Bill of Rights, the thought that the federal government would overwhelm and usurp authority from the states, and that the general judiciary would be too powerful. These debates were of paramount importance.