During the creation of Constitution, each state had to approve it. During this time there were people who supported it, Federalist and who did not, Anti-Federalists. I am siding with Anti-Federalist since they were right in thinking they did not want to give all their power away to the national government. If you lived in a state separate from where government state is established, how would you get your problems in your state solved if you had a government who was telling you what to do but not really knowing what problems you had in your state. If I lived back in that time, and having just finished the war with Britain where we finally got our independence, I would remind people all the issues we had.
Locke and Montesquieu believed that limited government (government has limits and every person has rights) was best. Montesquieu thought that governments such as monarchies and despots caused conflict between the people and the government. Limiting the government’s power over the people would take away the chances of a monarchy or despotism forming, and the best way to do that would be to divide the government into three different branches. Dividing the government into three branches will make sure one branch is not becoming more powerful than another, eliminating the chances of it becoming ruled by a monarch or despot. Locke believed that the government should never even be given such a great amount of power.
Firstly, rulers in early modern Europe wanted complete control over the religions practiced in their states. William Prince of Orange was one of those that wanted the same religion basically to stop their enemy Spain from coming in and taking over. That way they would be held together in a peaceful accord and be able to fight against all dangers, he thought this because of his position as Prince has showed him the things that could happen to a nation that fights in itself (2 pov). Paul Hay du Chastelet thought that a king should maintain the religion that he obtained from his ancestors. He believed this because he was a political writer and aristocrat who was born into these beliefs (7 pov).
As President, Wilson had campaigned against corruption in politics and business. He concentrated on keeping the USA out of the war. Once the USA had joined the war, he drew up his Fourteen Point Plan as the basis for ending the war fairly, so that future wars could be avoided. Wilson wanted a 'fair and lasting peace', and he wanted the armed forces of all nations reduced, not just the losers, and a League of Nations created to ensure peace. His plan affected the Treaty of Versailles as some of the terms in that treaty came from Wilson’s Fourteen Points, including German troops leaving Russia and free trade between all countries.
He also desired equality and justice for all regardless of their religious or political affiliation but not through a government that had complete control over its people like an aristocrat would over “commoners.” Equality and protection of all citizens should be granted and protected by the government of America; a government elected by the people and for the people. Both men desired the government to have the common interest of the people at its cores, but had different ways of achieving it. Unlike Washington, who favored a centralized government, Jefferson opposed it. This created a conflict because Jefferson feared that the ideology of republicanism was threatened with a centralized and powerful government proposed by Washington as well as the supposed monarchical tendencies of Hamilton and the
In this case, other nationals dream of an American dream and eventually find ways to get into the country in their quest for a better life. However, there should be no any justification to break the law. Consequently, every non-citizen seeking to get into the country should follow the various legal programs the government has in place to ensure non-citizens settle legally in the country and gain employment to better their lives. On the other hand, the failure to enforce the law strictly while helping citizens of other nations is against the tenets of the founding father of the country. In addition, these laws exist to protect the country from illegal immigrants who might pose a threat to the nation and its citizens.
This leads him to say that all the blood and pride for fighting for American Independence would be spent in vain. This meant that it was all for nothing if they cant keep true to the Constitution. “…it is our duty to take care that no injustice shall remain in their organic laws.” What he meant here is that Republicans must take control of the country as a whole and not let any state abide by its own rules; each state must follow the laws of its country. He urged for the minority of republicans in the rebel states to join with the slaves, creating one big body to lead the South. This would give a majority in all but
The opening includes “the Introduction”, or “Preamble” and “an outline of the political philosophy”, in other words, the theory of government. The introduction opens by stating the purpose of the document “to declare the causes that compel the colonists to separate themselves from the British Crown”. It has become necessary for the 13 colonies to separate from Great Britain. These 13 colonies have the right to become a nation as legitimate as any other nation. Additionally, it is important to explain to the public, including those in other nations, why this declaration of independence is being made.
“We want a peace which will be just, but not vindictive. We want a stern peace because the occasion demands it, but severity must be designed, not for vengeance but for justice. Above all we want to protect the future against a repetition of the horrors of this war”. Woodrow Wilson’s aims were seen as building a better and more peaceful world from the ruins of the Great War. Wilson believed the treaty of Versailles should punish Germany but not so harshly that it would someday recover and seek revenge.
The House of Burgesses was an assembly of representatives that would meet annually in Jamestown to make laws and elect the governor. Also the colonists wanted to separate church form state creating a secular government, because the colonists had different views that would end most controversies. They did this to “establish one equal and uniform government over all Virginia” and “provide just laws for the happy guiding and governing of the people there