Answer to Question #148887 in History for Rohanna Martin

Question #148887
According to the Federalist Papers, are the Bill of Rights necessary? Why or why not? Cite evidence from at least one of the Federalist Papers to support your claim.
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2020-12-07T08:02:45-0500

According to the Federalist Papers, is the Bill of Rights necessary?

Based on the Federalist Papers' information, the Bill of Rights is not necessary because the government has not been given any power to impose individual liberty restrictions (Seagrave, 2017).

Reference

Seagrave, S. A. (2017). The Accessible Federalist: A Modern English Translation of 16 Key Federalist Papers. Hackett Publishing.


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