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what type of colony were considered those for whom the Constitution represented a too-powerful central government User: three types f colonies User: what did patrick Henry oppose User: what part of the constitution did Patrick Henry oppose User: The objections of the Anti-Federalists can be BEST summed up as: a. a fear that the small States would not have a say in the new government b. a fear that the new government would be too weak to succeed c. a fear that the new government would have ...
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what was the federalist written to do? User: The delegates at the Constitutional Convention ended the slave trade effective immediately following the ratification of the Constitution.
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