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What can the state governments not do according to the Articles of Confederation?

States may not send ambassadors to foreign countries, receive foreign ambassadors, or make any kind of arrangement, meeting or treaty with any king, prince or state. No person (MORE)

Selecting a Marriage Officiant

Getting married is very exciting. The process of preparing for marriage can be extremely stressful though. In the United States, wedding preparation is costly, time consuming, (MORE)

10 Countries That Have Secular Governments

Although each country has its own unique system of government, a large number of nations follow the American model of separation between church and state. There are many good (MORE)
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5 Plays the NFL Replacement Football Officials Blew

The first three weeks of the 2012 NFL season will always be remembered by the NFL official's lockout that brought in replacement officials to call the games. The NFL was tryin (MORE)
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Why NFL Officials are a Necessary Evil

The thing about every NFL officiating call is that half the people thought it was blatant disregard for the rules while the other half thought it was the greatest call of all (MORE)
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The Roman Empire: How the Government Ruled

The Roman Empire began in the third century, after existing for 500 years as a republic. Emperor Augustus, the first emperor of the Roman Empire, created much of the framework (MORE)

What does article 6 of the constitution state?

"All debts contracted and engagements entered into, before the adoption of this Constitution, shall be as valid against the United States under this Constitution, as under the (MORE)

What did the government do under the Articles of Confederation?

  Under the Articles of Confederation the American colonists fought and defeated Great Britain and gained independence. By the end of the "Confederation era," Congress had (MORE)