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Discussion Questions: Imagine you live during the time when the U.S. Constitution was written. Decide whether you are an Antifederalist or a Federalist. Then state why you have chosen to be an Antifederalist or Federalist and try to convince your classmates who are opposite of your position to change. You can use any method (be creative) that will persuade other classmates to change.

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