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Federalists and Anti-federalists agreed on ratification of the Constitution with a strong central government agreed on ratification of the Constitution without any significant changes
disagreed on ratification of the Constitution until slavery could be ended disagreed on ratification of the Constitution and adding a bill of rights
Federalists and Anti-federalists agreed on ratification of the Constitution without any significant changes
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