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The Federalists argued that America’s domestic economy and international standing were on the brink of ruin, and the country Political Thought in the Early Republic 19 could be saved only by the new Constitution. Antifederalists sometimes responded that there was, in fact, no crisis, and that Federalists were merely attempting to scare Americans into embracing a powerful centralized state that would entail the end of republican selfrule. As Patrick Henry put it, Go to the poor man, and ask him what he does.
Cornell notes that the AntiFederalist emphasis on the importance of local government has been echoed by a host of political actors across the political spectrum, throughout American history. With their criticisms of a powerful central government, both Jeffersonians and Jacksonians invoked Anti-Federalist themes. Later, in the 1960s, sharp critiques of the enervating effects of centralized government came both from conservatives such as Barry Goldwater, and New Left activists such as Students for a Democratic Society.
National politicians thus often run for office claiming to be ‘‘outsiders,’’ for to be perceived as a Washington insider is to be seen as someone who is separated from the values and aspirations of middle-class Americans. The Anti-Federalist fear that the American people would not genuinely feel represented by Congress, then, is a concern that still remains highly salient in American politics today. The Rights of Republican Citizens In addition to criticizing the structure of the Constitution’s three branches of government, the AntiFederalists also criticized the Constitution for what it left out---namely, a Bill of Rights.