Imagine a time when people, using secret pen names, wrote exhilarating argumentative essays. Imagine wanting to find out what people like "Brutus" and "Cato" would argue. The revolution was over, and Americans were trying to decide how their new democratic government should be structured. Should the federal government have a great deal of power or should power be left to the individual states? Readers will get to follow along as the federalists and anti-federalists argue a new country into creation and create one of the most defining American documents: the Constitution.
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