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Posted by Booker Perry on Monday, June 11, 2012 at 1:36pm.

1) The debate over ratifying the US Constitution was won by the Anti-Federalists.

2) The US government is based upon the force theory of state.

3) The evolutionary theory of states asserts that early nations developed out of the family structure, eventually transforming into clans, then tribes, and finally states.

4)The framers of the US Constitution relied greatly upon compromise to settle debates so that they could create a new, more effective constitution than the Articles of Confederation.

5)John Locke greatly impacted our form of government, especially his concept that everyone has the right to life, liberty, and property

6)The primary author of the Declaration of Independence was John Hancock

7) Another influential document was the Declaration of Independence, which stressed individual liberties for English citizens while also enhancing the power of England's Parliament.

8)In American government, majority rule goes hand in hand with respect for minority rights



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