Midterm Essay due 10/2300Late essays accepted until 10/30 with grade penalty. Upload in Canvas. Make sure it is successfully uploaded into Turn it In. Do not email me your essay or attach it to the comment box— it will not be graded. Please use textbook/readings, lectures and videos in your answer. No outside sources except for current event. 1 margins -5 pages double-spaced. Please provide a works cited page (no it doesn’t count as a page). PLEASE NOTE: IF YOU DO NOT SUBMIT AN ESSAY YOU CANNOT PASS THIS CLASS! NO EXCEPTIONS. CHECK GRAMMAR AND SPELLING Reminder: Late essays accepted until 10/30 but graded down. VERY IMPORTANTPLEASE CITE PAGE NUMBERS FROM TEXT IN YOUR ESSAY ALONG WITH A WORKS CITED PAGE. MAKE SURE TO CITE YOUR CURRENT EVENT AS WELL. ESSAYS THAT FAIL TO CITE SOURCES WILL BE DEDUCTED 20PTS AUTOMATICALLY!!!! Keep your originality scores below 25%. Avoid over-quoting the material. PLEASE USE MICROSOFT WORD Or Save as a PDF. DO NOT USE PAGES OR WPS FILES OR GOOGLE DOCSDo not email me your paper or attach it in the comment box. It will not be graded unless it is uploaded in Canvas. Make sure to use Google Chrome or Mozilla Firefox as a browser–Safari and Internet Explorer have issues with Canvas/TurnItIn. Please Note: The terms listed below are not in Chronological Order!! TO RECEIVE FULL CREDIT USE THE TERMS! DONT JUST USE THE TERMS, DEFINE THEM AS YOU ANSWER THE QUESTION DO NOT OVER-QUOTE/COPY PASSAGES FROM THE TEXTBOOK INTO YOUR PAPERPARAPHRASE! PLEASE TYPE MY THESIS IS IN THE INTRODUCTION AND CONCLUSION SO THAT I KNOW THAT YOU HAVE ONE. THANKS! Essay Questions: 100 points ESSAY QUESTION: THE FEDERALIST AND THE ANTI-FEDERALISTS AND CONSTITUTIONAL COMPROMISE The Liberalism Lecture notes discuss the first stage of liberalism referred to as Classical Liberalism. If you examine the debate over the ratification of the Constitution, you can see that this reflects the first division in classical liberal thinking. Both the Federalist and the Anti-Federalists did not agree on the type of government to create to protect an individuals life, liberty and property. In framing the Constitution, the Federalists were very careful to address the concerns put forth by the Anti-Federalists. Taking the aforementioned into account, please address the following questions (yes, you must answer/incorporate all three questions below in your essay): How (or in what ways) does the Constitution reflect a compromise between the Federalists and the Anti-Federalists? (i.e., How does the Constitution reflect the willingness of the Federalists to address the concerns of the Anti-federalist?) Why did we need a new constitution? What were the concerns of the Anti-Federalists? What were the concerns of the Federalist? What plans were involved in this compromise? Which part of the Constitution reflects the interests of the Federalists/Anti-Federalists? (Be Specific–you should list at least 4 examples here; maybe more!) How does it differ from the Articles of Confederation? What are the core principles of the Constitution? Why has the Constitution endured for over 200 years? (Please use the lecture notes in Canvas). How is the nature of federalism influenced by the early debate between these two groups? Conclusion–What can you conclude about the debate between the Federalist/Anti-Federalist and its impact on the framing of the Constitution? Do you think the Constitution needs to be amended? Why or why not? (Cite an example and find a current event (from a national newspaper/news source) to support your answer –either way, you should support your argument with the current event). CITE CURRENT EVENT IN YOUR CONCLUSION. You should provide a thesis in this essay. A thesis is a statement (based on observation and supported by factual evidence) that ties your essay together and presents the central argument that you will be supporting in you essay. (Hint: your thesis should be in response to the question how does the Constitution reflect a compromise between the Federalist/Anti-Federalist?). PLEASE TYPE MY THESIS IS IN THE INTRODUCTION AND CONCLUSION SO THAT I KNOW THAT YOU HAVE ONE. THANKS! Important termsClassical Liberalism, Social Contract, Natural Rights, Locke, Virginia Plan, NJ Plan, Conn Plan, 3/5 compromise, Tyranny, Articles of Confederation, Constitutional Convention, Bicameral/Unicameral, The Sectional Compromise, Brutus, Federalist, Anti-Federalist, Articles I, II, III, Article IV (full faith and credit clause), Article VI (supremacy clause), Bill of Rights, Thomas Jefferson, James Madison, Mercy Otis Warren, Republic, Federalist #10/faction, Amendment Process (Articles V, VII), Civil liberties, States rights, Shays Rebellion, police powers (10th A), etc. Any other terms from the class are of course welcome! DON’T FORGET TO CITE SOURCES IN THE TEXT OF YOUR PAPER (OR FOOTNOTE) or you will automatically lose 20 points off the essay. Essay is worth 100 pts.