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One sweeping criticism of the Constitution was that it did not clearly define the inalienable rights of the individual. Friends of the Constitution, called the Federalists, granted the validity of that point and accepted the idea of ten amendments to spell out such personal rights as, among others, freedom of religion, freedom of speech, freedom of assembly and trial by jury. Thereupon FREEDOM ON A RAFT 27 the Constitution as the founders wrote it was adopted and the ten amendments were duly added.

In view of all history there was no reason why the North American Continent should not have become a New Europe, divided among many nations; but if there was going to be a nation certain things were immediately imperative. The first was the Constitution. The purposes of the Constitution were, first, to create a central government with power to conduct the aHairs of a nation, and secondly, to impose upon people the disciplines of self-government. If it was a good Constitution it would be unpopular, hecause, first, each state would have to surrender some measure of its precious sovereignty, and because, secondly, the revolution had left in people the passionate feeling that any government at all was a necessary evil and the less of it the better.

The effect of his action was threefold. War with Great Britain was averted for the time being, the French were very mad, but at the same time it was as if the American Hag had been rent. The people divided three ways. There was a peace party, represented by Washington; a pro-British party, which was largely New England, and a pro-French party, calling itself the republicans, led by Thomas Jefferson, who was Secretary of State. Just then, fortunately, the French sent over an amazing person named Citizen Genet, who entered at Charleston in a grand manner, threw French gold around, fitted out privateers to prey upon British commerce, moved triumphantly from there toward Philadelphia accompanied by the plaudits of republican crowds waving the French colors, and behaved FREEDOM ON A RAFT 29 generally as if he were in a French province.

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