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Because of weakness the confederation had and the part of world war 2

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Because the Articles of Confederation was not strong enough to begin with, they decided to write a completely new document... The Constitution of the United States of America.


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The Articles of Confederation.The first constitution of America was called the Articles of Confederation.


Because the Articles of Confederation was making America have a weak government.


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The Articles of Confederation was just another misshape of the United States of America.



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Because the articles of confederation was the first constitution of the United States of America need a little more detail.




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The Mayflower Compact was the first and true forerunner to the written constitution in America. It was also the forerunner to the articles of confederation. the declaration of indepence and the articles of confederation


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