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Which was an argument against ratification of the Constitution? (1 point)
A Bill of Rights is not necessary.
The Ohio Plan should be used.
A strong national government will become oppressive.
A strong national government is necessary for national security.

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  1. In the US?

    In a state? If so, which one?

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  2. in the us yes

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  3. Read the sections on The Federalists, The Anti-Federalists, and Reaction in the States here:
    https://www.constitutionfacts.com/us-articles-of-confederation/the-great-debate/

    This is also very good:
    http://www.digitalhistory.uh.edu/teachers/lesson_plans/pdfs/unit2_13.pdf

    Remember that when the Constitution was first sent out for ratification, the Bill of Rights had not been written yet.

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  4. so its C ?

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  5. I agree.

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