By: Normandie Lovince
I am a supporter of the anti-federalist party. The anti-federalist took some of the ideas that the federalist had into consideration. Instead of abolishing or ignoring these ideas, they wanted to improve them. The anti-federalist and the federalist share two very opposing views. As you read this essay, you will gradually start to see just how my ideas are being supported as to why I've chosen to become an anti-federalist.
The anti-federalist party was the first out of two political parties of the U.S. This party was led by Henry, George Mason and Samuel Adams alongside Richard Henry Lee who wanted the president and the senate to have the entire executive and ...view middle of the document...
The federalist themselves believed that a strong national government would protect the states. They thought that it would maintain order in the nation, protect the citizen’s rights, regulate trade, and make sure that the nation had fewer debts.
The new constitution created a national government. If the people could not govern themselves well, then there'd be consequences that'd truly be unavoidable. Eventually the government would take over and be a government by only force in order to protect the natural rights of all. Although the new constitution might have been difficult to establish, in the end, it was all worth it, because it gave us and our future generations the jewel liberty by a well regulated bill of rights.
Here are two quotes from the federalist papers, Federalist No. 10
"A pure democracy can admit no cure for the mischiefs of faction. A common passion or interest will be felt by a majority, and there is nothing to check the inducements to sacrifice the weaker party. Hence it is, that democracies have ever been found incompatible with personal security or the rights of property; and have, in general, been as short in their lives as they have been violent in their deaths." The federalist No.10 was written by James Madison, It is the 10th of the federalist papers, which argues for the ratification of the United States constitution. This holds the greatest importance amongst all of the other series that...