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How did the Federalists view the power of the national government?

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Answer #2 | 12/03 2015 22:27
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Answer #3 | 12/03 2015 17:28
They wanted all the political power of the USA to be held and exrecised by the central government,with little or no political power remaining in the hands of the individual states. As for checks and balances,the Federalists were not initially much interested in these either;the Bill of Rights was added to the Constitution solely to get it ratified.otherwise the Federalists would not have bothered adding it in.
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Answer #4 | 13/03 2015 00:28
They wanted all the political power of the USA to be held and exrecised by the central government,with little or no political power remaining in the hands of the individual states. As for checks and balances,the Federalists were not initially much interested in these either;the Bill of Rights was added to the Constitution solely to get it ratified.otherwise the Federalists would not have bothered adding it in.
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Answer #5 | 14/03 2015 19:24
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Answer #6 | 12/03 2015 16:21
Federalists wanted a strong central government as opposed to another weak confederation under the Articles of Confederation. The national government needed the power to tax and enforce the laws. Checks and Balances within the Constitution would make sure no one branch became too powerful.
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Answer #7 | 12/03 2015 23:21
Federalists wanted a strong central government as opposed to another weak confederation under the Articles of Confederation. The national government needed the power to tax and enforce the laws. Checks and Balances within the Constitution would make sure no one branch became too powerful.
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