Founding Fathers Democratic Reformers?

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The founding fathers were democratic reformers in many ways, and were actually perceived as fundamental during their time. They did get a lot of their philosophies of democracy from the education writers, such as Locke, Voltaire and Rousseau. However, many of the founders were relatively kept on giving democratic power and say in the government to the common man, being uncertain that the country would be able to remain stable and orderly if such was the case.
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