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The Anti-Federalists believe that government is best done in a small homogeneous society so that the interests will be the same. Herbert Storing extracts three fundamental considerations from the Anti-Federalists. Here I will borrow from Storing two of the three fundamental considerations: only a small republic can enjoy a voluntary attachment of the people to the government and a voluntary obedience to the laws, and only a small republic can secure the government to the people (Storing 1981a, Vol.
Henry, like other opponents, feared that a new, more centralized regime would return the country back to a form of monarchy, a form of government which they had just fought to escape. 38 THE FEDERALIST PAPERS Henry’s objection to the constitutional Convention was particularly worrisome for Madison, who knew that whatever came out of Philadelphia would be put to a vote in the states, and with Henry’s opposition in Virginia—which was also Madison’s home state—the success of the new Constitution would depend upon Madison’s ability to overcome Henry’s objections.
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