The Constitution is built for everybody, rich and poor. The difference is that the rich people has more conditions to manage it. Rich people has more conditions to defend themselves when any Constitution issue is involved.
Yes because most of the framers were wealthy and made the idea of capitalism
the powers of the federal government are explicitly granted by the constitution
the wealthy would carry the greatest tax burden
No, the Founding Fathers were generally a wealthy, privileged and wealthy group.
They didn't support the Constitution because they thought that the Constitution gave too much power to the federal government.
Yes it did.
No, they believed that the Constitution would take away the rights Americans had fought for against Great Britain. That the Constitution would create a strong central government, ignore the will of the states and people, and favor the wealthy over the common people. Antifederalists preferred a local government close to the people. 1.
The Wealthy :)
He felt that the Constitution did not authorize the government to create a bank.
Decentralists favored a strict interpretation of the Constitution.
they are in favor of it
they were not in favor of it
no, the federalist were in favor of the constitution being ratified, that's why they are called the ANTI- federalists. they did not want it to be ratified
all of these early leaders were in favor of the Constitution except James Madison or Patrick Henry or Alexander Hamilton or George Washington?
They favored strict interpretation of the Constitution.
yes he was he was a federalist
They were wealthy people