The Founding Debat The Constitution Analysis

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The Founding: Debating the Constitution recounts the many issues that plagued the young United States in its quest to create a strong and legitimate government. The most evident problem existed within the creation of two warring factions, the Anti-federalists and the Federalists. The opposing parties were bitterly divided over the necessity of a national Constitution and a strong central government, of which the latter were proponents. Meanwhile, the former felt that the States’ should have the most power and a federal government should only endure to keep the Confederation together and moving in a positive direction. James Madison’s belief that the United States should have a powerful authority to govern the collection of territories is the

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