<em>A. The constitution already limited Powers of government, so a list of rights was not needed. </em>
The idea behind having a Constitution is that it limits the powers of the government and sets certain law and rules that are to be followed while governing. Hence when there were debates for the "ratification" of the Constitution, the Federalists concluded that the Constitutiondidn’t require any list of rights, as the Constitution itself limits the powers of the government. Moreover, Bill of Rights was unnecessary as the Constitution was drafted with a strong concept of "Separation of Powers", and the Check and Balance system. Under this the government has been divided into three categories and these three categories check and limit the powers of each other.
Dr. Ward was being interviewed about The Health of the textile factory workers 2) (Close Reading) What does he mean when he refers to factories as “nurseries ofdisease and vice”? This means that the factories are a breeding ground for disease and vice 3) (Close Reading) What evidence does Dr.