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We do not need a stronger central government. Small governments do just fine the citizens are able to actually be apart of the say. The bill of rights is necessary because it states our rights firmly and there would be no confusion.

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A large republic is not the way a country should be ran. In small republics everyone knows everyone. They will know what needs to be done and can get it done in a more efficient way. In section 8, article Ist it states,” Congress shall have power to make all laws which shall be necessary and proper for carrying into execution the forgoing powers, and all other powers vested by this constitution, in the government of the united states; or in any department or office thereof.” In a large republic situation congress couldn’t make the right laws if they don't know what the citizens actually need.

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A large republic is not the solution. In a small republic all of the citizens needs and problems will be heard. The citizens are the lawmakers and know what's best for them. If elites were to run the country there could be a possibility of them only doing what benefits them.

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A large republic is not the solution. In a small republic all of the citizens needs and problems will be heard. The citizens are the lawmakers and know what's best for them. If elites were to run the country there could be a possibility of them only doing what benefits them.

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The Federalist want a standing army because the local militia refused to fight farmers.(shays rebellion) Farmers which bring food to the community and are friends. They would abuse the power they would have with a standing army.

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The Federalists wanted a standing army because the local militia did not listen when they were ordered to fight farmers.(Shays Rebellion) We do not want a standing army because they would abuse their power and crush local militias. Brutus stated,”Citizens under a standing army would obey their leaders out of fear while citizen soldiers serving in small republic militias would have confidence in their rulers because the soldiers would know them and would have the power to remove them in local elections.” A militia would never fire against their own people. They are there to protect.

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