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 Ratification of the Constitution Indexes | Index to Volumes 4–7: Ratification of the Constitution by the States: Massachusetts | T |  Tyranny

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– absence of annual election leads to [1 reference]

– anarchy leads to [6 references]

– better to have from one person than many [1 reference]

– compelling minority of states to join in ratifying is tyrannical [1 reference]

– Constitution will be forced on a minority if they do not ratify [1 reference]

– Constitution will establish a system of [5 references]

– Constitution will not lead to [8 references]

– Constitution without amendments will establish [1 reference]

– of Constitutional Convention [2 references]

– danger from additional powers to Confederation Congress [1 reference]

– danger of from demagogues in U.S. [1 reference]

– danger of from the majority [1 reference]

– danger of without jury trial in civil cases [1 reference]

– full and free representation is best security against [1 reference]

– grand jury greatest security against arbitrary power [1 reference]

– hereditary succession of power as a main engine of [1 reference]

– Impost of 1781 would allegedly lead to [1 reference]

– imposts and excises are appendages of [1 reference]

– lack of jury trials would result in [1 reference]

– lack of power in a ruler is guard against [1 reference]

– of Great Britain as cause of American Revolution [2 references]

– only a few governments fall under the description of being totally bad [1 reference]

– people under will not support government [1 reference]

– prevails when people lose virtue [1 reference]

– rejection that all power leads to [1 reference]

– religious tests as an engine of [1 reference]

– will occur without restraints on government [1 reference]

– right to amend Constitution protects against [1 reference]

– standing armies used by monarchies to institute [1 reference]

– tyrants rely on standing armies [1 reference]

– uncontrolled power is defined as [1 reference]

– U.S. could not fall victim to [1 reference]

– virtue in the people is needed to prevent [1 reference]

– will occur if Constitution is rejected [2 references]

See Also

See also Democracy

See also Despotism