September 23rd, 2020
In Federalist 84, Hamilton argues against the inclusion of a Bill of Rights in the Constitution (and a few other misc. things).
In Federalist 85, Hamilton concludes The Federalist Papers with an argument for ratifying the Constitution now and amending it later.
The framers knew that the Constitution wasn’t perfect, and they anticipated that there would be unknowns as the nation grows and develops. That’s why there’s an amendment process.