Anti federalist essay signed agrippa.
The Anti-Federalist Papers and the Constitutional Convention Debates.
John Lamb, Marinus Willetts, Melancton Smith, George Clinton, and Robert Yates were prominent New York Anti-Federalists. See Storing, 6 and passim. In Allen, see Robert Yates and John Lansing’s “Reasons of Dissent,” 14-16, and Melancton Smith’s speech to the New York ratifying convention on 20 June 1788, 171-77.
Teacher Websites"Anti-Federalist Papers." Index.
See especially the criticisms by Brutus, Storing, 2:9, 130-96, and the Federal Farmer, Storing, 2:8, 183-95. For more on Brutus, see 182 n. 5. The exact identity of Federal Farmer, one of the ablest of the Anti-Federalists and quite popular, is unsettled. While Richard Henry Lee is generally thought to be the author, Storing is unconvinced. See the introduction to Storing, 2:8. Essays I, III, IV, V, XI, XII, and XV of Brutus are in Allen, 102-17, 201-23, and 269-74. Letters I, II, III, VII, VIII, IX, XII, and XVII of Federal Farmer are in Allen, 75-93, 177-201, and 261-69.