Political partie origins
A Coggle Diagram about Anti-Federalist
(Wanted a Bill of Rights added to the Constitution
, Supported the Constitution and a strong central government
, Federalist Papers – series of articles written in defense of the Constitution
, wanted important political powers to remain with the states.
, Feared that a strong executive might become a king or tyrant
, Wanted the legislative branch to have more power than an executive.
, Alexander Hamilton, James Madison, John Jay
, Led by Thomas Jefferson and included farmers and small landowners who believed nation’s future rested on agriculture
) and federalist
(supported a weaker central government – felt too much power was taken away from the states
, Opposed the Constitution
, Samuel Adams, Patrick Henry
, Supported removing some powers from the states and giving more power to the national government.
, Favored dividing powers among different branches of government
, Proposed a single person to lead the executive branch.
, Believed Constitution did not need a Bill of Rights
, Argued that the new nation needed an effective national government to handle the nation’s economy, establish its monetary system, promote justice, and protect individual liberty.