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He had views both for Federalist and Anti-Federalist. He did not sign the Constitution because it did not meet the Republican needs but later signed the ratification and changed his view.

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Yes, he was a federalist. Go to Wikianswers, type in "Edmund Randolph" and it says it down the side.

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