How did alexander hamilton and james madison view the constitution

Description: How did Alexander Hamilton and James Madison view the Constitution?
They strongly opposed the Constitution.They were on opposite sides of the debate about the Constitution.They led those who favored the Constitution.They were two Anti-Federalists who supported the Constitution

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They led those who favored the Constitution.


Alexander Hamilton and James Madison were two of the Founding Fathers of the United States, and leaders of the Federalist party as well, who, along with John Jay, wrote the Federalist Papers (1787), which consisted of a series of essays that explained and support the proposed Constitution. Through these essays, Madison, Hamilton, and Jay aimed to lead those who favored the Constitution and persuade the opponents to ratify it as it would empower the federal government to act firmly and coherently in the national interest.

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