Comparing The Federalist And Anti-Federalists

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When the three branches of government were coming into existence, one could only hope that the Founding Fathers intended them to help serve balance in our government rather than give opportunities for certain people to oppress a minority or weaker entity. There is an emphasis on hope because history has confirmed our government’s capacity to corrupt circumstances of power for statesman and tyrants alike. Both the Federalists and Anti-federalists cast arguments against the system, deeming certain qualities of its structure with more merit than others. Of course, there were political agendas connecting too many aspects of special interests and political corruptness, however, the assembly and arrangement of particular checks on each power in each

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