1) The Constitution gives the federal government enough power to overpower the states. a) Federalist b) Anti-Federalist 2) It will not be possible for the federal government to overpower the states, because the states are a necessary part of the federal government. a) Federalist b) Anti-Federalist 3) The Constitution contains no Bill of Rights to protect individual liberties like freedom of speech, trial by jury, and the right against searches and seizures. a) Federalist b) Anti-Federalist 4) The Constitution says federal laws are “the supreme law of the land, ” so the federal government could just take complete control. a) Federalist b) Anti-Federalist 5) Nothing in the Constitution says the federal government has power to limit peoples’ freedoms in the first place. a) Federalist b) Anti-Federalist 6) The Constitution gives the federal government just a few powers that are very well defined. a) Federalist b) Anti-Federalist 7) The President created by the Constitution is really just a king. a) Federalist b) Anti-Federalist 8) A strong President is necessary to protect the country against foreign attack and make sure laws are carried out properly. a) Federalist b) Anti-Federalist 9) The Constitution creates a Supreme Court that is too powerful because the judges don’t answer to anyone. a) Federalist b) Anti-Federalist 10) The Constitution already contains a few rights, so we may as well add a whole Bill of Rights. a) Federalist b) Anti-Federalist 11) The Supreme Court is the weakest branch of government because it doesn’t control the military and can’t pass laws. a) Federalist b) Anti-Federalist 12) The Constitution forbids creating titles of nobility like “Duke” or “King, ” so the government will always belong to the people. a) Federalist b) Anti Federalist 13) The United States is too large to have a central government. People won’t know their leaders and will lose control over the government. a) Federalist b) Anti-Federalist 14) The Constitution is a Bill of Rights because it guarantees citizens a role in government. a) Federalist b) Anti Federalist

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