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The Supremacy Clause does not grant power to any federal government, such as Congress. It deals with resolving a conflict between the federal and state governments once federal power has been validly exercised. As stated in the constitution, “the Judges in every State shall be bound thereby.” By stating this, it shows that the congress was trying to create a balance between state government and national. By allowing state representatives into meetings, it shows that the opinion of the state did matter.

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The federal government should have power to tax the people and states. The taxation of people is important to help pay off national debt. As stated in Article 1 section nine of the Constitution, “No Capitation, or other direct, Tax shall be laid, unless in Proportion to the Census or Enumeration herein before directed to be taken.” By having a larger population, the federal government will change the taxes placed on its people based off of what the census needs not personal connection and feelings, or leisure.

3 points

A standing army is necessary! Without the standing army there will be a mess of militias. As the country grows, the lack of organization will lead to big militias with many demagogues trying to take over. Eventually without an organized army, the militias will lead themselves into self destruction. The Constitution will help create a balance in this issue. The Constitution will allow for both a controlled and organized militia system and standing army. With this, both the federalist and anti federalist will be appeased. There will be control of the states and nation with both a militia system and standing army, as well as maintain individual liberty.

3 points

A large republic is ideal. A large republic is better than a small republic because it is easier to avoid having majorities that would use the power they have to their own benefit. The larger the population is, the larger the republic should be. The larger the republic is, the less people will agree upon a narrow subject. If you have a family sized bag of Skittles and want a handful of them, the more colors you would have than if you were to reach into a box of Lemonheads. In the skittle you have more different colors, but in the box of Lemonheads, they are all the same. This relates to having a large republic with people representing from all over the place which represents the Skittles. In a small republic, you have people with similar interests, representing the Lemonheads.

4 points

A standing army is beneficial for the growth and protection of the United States of America . Without a standing army, the United States is wide open to invasion with no restraint. States still have militias! What we, the federalist, are adding is protection from outside powers. As stated in the constitutions, the militias are in power to “execute the Laws of the Union”; however, the militias are not in sole power of themselves. Instead, congress will provide organization, armory, and disciplinary actions to the militias. Both militias and a standing army will add layers of protection to the American population. One layer would be the standing army protecting people from foreign enemies. While the militia would help enforce the laws to help domestic issues, protecting us from ourselves.

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A standing army is beneficial for the growth and protection of the United States of America . Without a standing army, the United States is wide open to invasion with no restraint. States still have militias! What we, the federalist, are adding is protection from outside powers. As stated in the constitutions, the militias are in power to “execute the Laws of the Union”; however, the militias are not in sole power of themselves. Instead, congress will provide organization, armory, and disciplinary actions to the militias. Both militias and a standing army will add layers of protection to the American population. One layer would be the standing army protecting people from foreign enemies. While the militia would help enforce the laws to help domestic issues, protecting us from ourselves.

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