It seems that I read somewhere that a founder (B Franklin?) once stated that government ought to be involved in the help of less fortunate people, but that the best way would be at the State or Local level. Second, I also think that one or more of the founders wrote about their concept of the states that they would be the work horse of the union. Would anyone happen to know a source of this or was I Dreaming?
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EMPLOYEE0There's no doubt that some founders felt that government involvement in such matters was essential...or that is was the only practical way...or that it was simply the status quo. Others disagreed.
What the consensus was, though, was that the FEDERAL government would have no involvement, whatsoever, in these concerns.