Why the U.S. Constitution should not be ratified.

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Ratifying The Constitution Hello, Ladies and Gentlemen. My name is ___________ and I am a Federalist. As a Federalist I believe that with a stronger national government we will be able to get more things done. The government is in a state of near anarchy. The Articles as they are do not have the strength that is needed to establish a new and powerful country. I want the country to be united, I fear that if …

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…lack of a bill of rights. A bill of rights is unnecessary because the powers of the government are limited. A bill of rights would give the impression that the people could only expect protection of those rights that were actually listed. By passing the constitution we are not only working to help ourselves as individuals, but we are also working to help our nation, and make it the best country that it can be.