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What was the Federalist position on the Constitution in 1787?

Federalist were  people related to the government
 

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The Federalists were strongly in favor of adopting a Constitution. They believed that a strong central government was the only way to protect the liberties earned in the American Revolution. In the words of James Madison, a Federalist leader: the Constitution was a "Republican remedy for the diseases most incident to Republican government."