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According to the Federalists, whether rights are protected will not ultimately depend on the existence of a Bill of Rights; in the end, the protection of rights will ‘‘depend on public opinion, and on the general spirit of the people and of the government,’’ as Hamilton put it (Hamilton 1982, 525). To this argument, the Anti-Federalists responded that the Federalists were absolutely correct that rights would be respected only if the people retained their republican spirit. What the Federalists failed to appreciate, though, was that a Bill of Rights actually would help maintain this spirit, for a Bill of Rights, known throughout the land, would serve as an important form of civic education.
AntiFederalists noted that the logic of Hamilton’s argument would point to the conclusion that a monarchical or aristocratic government would be perfectly legitimate if it were administratively effective. Hamilton attempts to deny this in Federalist No. 68, when he writes that ‘‘we cannot acquiesce in the political heresy of the poet who says: ‘For forms of government let fools contest--That which is best administered is best’’’ (Hamilton 1982, 416). Nevertheless, by emphasizing the quality of a government’s administration as the main criterion for its ability to attain the confidence of the people, Hamilton deemphasized the questions of democratic legitimacy that were so important to the Anti-Federalists.
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