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Question of the Day: AP US Government

What was one of the objections of the Antifederalists to the Constitution?
The Constitution would give too much power to the states.
Small states benefitted from the Constitution at the expense of large ones.
The country was too large for a representative central government to function well.
The Articles of Confederation strictly prohibited a new Constitution.
The Constitution would create too weak of an executive.

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