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Ratifying the Constitution. ES: Explicitly assess information and draw conclusions. Study Guide Check. Take out your study terms sheet and your study guide Organize your notebook so it reflects the study sheet

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ratifying the constitution

Ratifying the Constitution

ES: Explicitly assess information and draw conclusions

study guide check
Study Guide Check
  • Take out your study terms sheet and your study guide
  • Organize your notebook so it reflects the study sheet
  • Note that not ALL of your notes are on the test. Only study what is on the guide!
  • Study guides should be 1-2 pages at the most with all of the key information
  • Review your study guide with your neighbors.
class notes
Class Notes

Federalist -

Federalism?

4. Who is an Anti-Federalist?

ratification approval
Ratification = Approval
  • 9 of the 13 states were needed to ratify the constitution
  • How many actually did? – 9 by 1788, but the other 4 eventually agreed
  • How do the Federalists get this constitution ratified by states such as New York, Pennsylvania, and Virginia?
what is the role of the people in government according to the federalists and anti federalists
What is the role of the people in government according to the FEDERALISTS and ANTI FEDERALISTS?

Directions: Explicitly assess the 2 perspectives from the Constitution Ratification Convention in 1787 and draw conclusions by completing the chart. (Think back to the Great Compromise!)

  • What was Smith’s position on representation? What is his key argument?
  • What was Hamilton’s position on representation? What is his key argument?
  • Which side ultimately prevails?