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Do you know the flaws of the federalist views

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    Sure. Anyone who blankly has faith in a single government to know all, to supply information, to declare war, to tax, to spend, well, they might be the ones surprised at events.

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    ok thank you,,
    do you know the flaws of the anti federalist views???

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    The anti-federalists wanted the states to have the most power. This led to the continuation of slavery and Jim Crow laws in Southern states.

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