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"A democratic government is based on majority rule of the people. This would be impossible under the large republic proposed by the Constitution." Which of the following best describes this quote?
(3 points) • It represents the perspective of a Federalist, arguing for a strong central government. • It represents the perspective of a Federalist, arguing for a stronger role for the states. • It represents the perspective of an Anti-Federalist, arguing for a strong central government. • It represents the perspective of a Anti-Federalist, arguing for a stronger role for the states.
It represents the perspective of an Anti-Federalist, arguing for a strong central government.
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User: "A democratic government is based on majority rule of the people. This would be impossible under the large republic proposed by the Constitution." Which of the following best describes this quote? (3 points) • It represents the perspective of a Federalist, arguing for a strong central government. • It represents the perspective of a Federalist, arguing for a stronger role for the states. • It represents the perspective of an Anti-Federalist, arguing for a strong central government. • It represents the perspective of a Anti-Federalist, arguing for a stronger role for the states.

Weegy: It represents the perspective of an Anti-Federalist, arguing for a strong central government.
Expert answered|encoo11|Points 90|

User: Philosophers like John Locke argued that all humans (3 points) • tend toward destructive behavior. • want government to restrict democracy. • seek power, so government should be limited. • have the natural rights of life, liberty, and property.

Weegy: • seek power, so government should be limited.
Expert answered|encoo11|Points 90|

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