Should we just dismiss the Anti-Federalists as losers or remember their concern that if we have a strong government and military and become wealthy and powerful we might lose some rights and liberty along the way?

Should we just dismiss the Anti-Federalists as losers or remember their concern that if we have a strong government and military and become wealthy and powerful we might lose some rights and liberty along the way?

9: Emphasizing unity, we like to think that Americans thought
the Articles of Confederation as a constitution was
inadequate and needed to be replaced by the US
Constitution. We prefer to remember that most Americans
were for the Constitution. However, at least half (and
probably more) American politicians and voters opposed the
ratification of the document, the Constitution, that had been
drafted at the Philadelphia Convention. Should we just
dismiss the Anti-Federalists as losers or remember their
concern that if we have a strong government and military
and become wealthy and powerful we might lose some
rights and liberty along the way?
10: Several stories in Schoolcraft's Journal was about
things he did not see. Was he including them, and possibly
embellishing them, thinking about publishing his Journal?
There will be a demand in the East for travel accounts and
novels about the western frontier which, in time, gets called
the “Wild West.” Writers would embellish their accounts or
write fiction to entertain eastern readers. How might this help
develop our collective memory of the western frontier?
11: In thinking about the history of Native Americans,
Americans have been sympathetic to their desire to hold on
to their land. Americans would do the same thing trying to
hold on to their land against an aggressor. In reading the

message of Tenskwatawa, however, were there more
reasons he wanted Indians to oppose Americans? Were
there other things he wanted Indians to do beyond just trying
to hold on to their land?
12: In terms of the Indians, which was the best, the
Washington/Federalist policy of leaving Indians most of the
Old NW, the Jefferson-Madison/Republican assimilation
policy, or the Jackson/Democratic reservation policy? In
terms of American interests, which was the best, the
Washington/Federalist policy of leaving Indians most of the
Old NW, the Jefferson-Madison/Republican assimilation
policy, the Jackson/Democratic reservation policy?
13: Can you see how Stanton and Douglass were important
in the 19th-century process of reinterpreting the line “all men
are created equal” in the Declaration of Independence?

ANSWER.

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Academic LevelCollege (3-4 years: Junior, Senior)
Subject AreaHistory
Paper Type Research Paper
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