In a speech on the adoption of the Constitution, Alexander Hamilton refutes the argument that the Constitution drafted in the Constitutional Convention, will leave Americans “robbed of their liberties.” In his argument he explains the Constitution, which laid out the framework for the current United States government. The Federalist system brought a compromise between the states on the... [continues]
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