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The constitution balancing competing interests help!

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pianogirl2422's picture
Joined: Mar 2005

Please be more specific and post what you already have.

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masami's picture
Joined: Sep 2006

its a worksheet that needs sources of fears of:
fear of large states
fear of the people
fear of weak government
fear of central government
fear of unwritten word
fear of other states
fear of foreign powers
fear of strong executive
fear of losing

each thing has a column for the Souce of fear AND the Provision to calm the fear. you need the source of fear for each fear. and the provision for each one too. help?

the instructions say:
Americans' experience with British rule and the Articles of Confederation gave rise to consideable apprehension about the placement of power in a new government. The Founding Fathers attempted to allay those fears through compromises that safeguarded the interests of competing groups. Research the Constitution and related sources to identify the cause of each fear and how one or more provisions of the Constitution calmed that fear.

Shadow's picture
Joined: Sep 2005

Even your instructions give you a really good idea of where to at least start thinking of answers. From the effort shown here, and the....lovely...first post, it appears as if you haven't read, or followed our rules regarding question asking.

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