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What is the primary difference between Jefferson’s and Madison’s beliefs about the Bill of Rights? A.Jefferson believed that a bill of rights was unnecessary, while Madison believed that it was necessary. B.Madison believed that it was important to have a bill of rights to protect against the majority. C.Jefferson believed that that the federal system would protect rights without a bill of rights. D.Madison disagreed with Jefferson’s belief that a bill of rights would protect citizens.

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Heather Maxwell on September 25, 2018

Mr. Madison did not agree with Jefferson's belief that a draft law on the protection rights of the citizens. Madison was opposed in a first because only implies the existence of rights that the government does not protect and that would be a hurdle that is opposed to the power of government. It was only when he added the modifications that you made that he changed his mind.

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