History of US constitution DQ2 - 73109

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The Federalists believed that the

federal government had certain

implied powers that were not laid out

in the Constitution while the

Jeffersonian Republicans believed

that government did not have the

power to do anything that was not

granted in the document.

Federalists and Jeffersonians

To secure passage of the Constitution, the

Framers resorted to wholesale

compromise. But by deliberately

avoiding divisive details that might

frustrate agreement, they only postponed

the formidable task of fashioning the

workaday policies and procedures of the

new federal structure. Their task, then,

did not conclude with the ratification of

the Constitution, and many of the

architects of that document would

remain to lead the nation as it came to

grips with the complex issues of

representative government. In so doing,

they passed laws and established

precedents, many of