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For instance, as Brutus noted, if the American people were asked to pay taxes to a federal government from which they felt estranged, they would do so only 22 Foundations: Liberalism, Republicanism, and Reform in American Political Thought if forced. In the view of the Anti-Federalists, republics are based on ‘‘persuasion,’’ whereas despotic governments rest on ‘‘force’’ (Storing 1981a, v. 2, 264). Some Anti-Federalists claimed that the constitution allowed for the creation of a standing army precisely because the Federalists realized that their new regime would be a despotic one based on coercion.
Rather than 24 Foundations: Liberalism, Republicanism, and Reform in American Political Thought attempting a coup d’etat, the Federalists argued that they were trying to save republicanism, by embedding it in a stronger system of government that was based on the modern science of politics. The Enduring Significance of the Anti-Federalists From today’s perspective, the Federalists and AntiFederalists both appear to have been patriotic Americans who had two different visions of the kind of regime that Americans should strive to create.
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A History of the U. S. Political System: Ideas, Interests, and Institutions by Richard A. Harris, Daniel J. Tichenor