Identify two points made by the filmmakers that you felt were significant.

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Part I Watch the Film: “Liberty!: Are We to Be a Nation? 1783-1788” Approximately 60 minutes Start at 53:20

Discussion Board Prompt: Drawing from the film, “Are We to Be a Nation,” address the following in a 400-word essay post:
Provide a general evaluation on how the filmmaker attempted to interpret the history we explored in Learning Unit 4. Identify two points made by the filmmakers that you felt were significant. Provide a detailed explanation as to why these points were significant.
According to the film, how did the framers of the Federal Constitution of 1787 attempt to balance the competing interests of the state governments, sectional (regional) interests, and Federal authority when designing the new federal government?
What do the national debates between the Federalists and Anti-Federalists tells us about this issue of balancing these competing interests in early American politics?
In what ways did the Constitution of 1787 advance the interests of the wealthy elites over the non-elite citizens? Where did women and free and enslaved African-Americans stand in regard to citizenship in the new republic?
You must support your ideas with at least one properly cited reference to chapter 7 from our textbook “U.S. History.” Not referencing and/or citing from the textbook will result in a loss of points.
Lastly, pose an open-ended question to the class.

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