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Basically, the Articles of Confederation was a total screw up... does that answer your questions?

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The US government was under the Articles of Confederation because the Articles of Confederation was like a contract or treaty that told what rights the people had and stuff.


The major problem of the government under the Articles of Confederation was that the national government was unable to enforce its laws. The Articles of Confederation were created on November 15, 1777.


Under the Articles of Confederation the states were in charge of their own governments. The federal or national government was virtually nonexistent.


Under the Articles of Confederation, the national government could not do anything to reconcile with the states. The national government was weak at that time and did not have the authority to step in.


Under the Articles of Confederation Congress depended on donations from the states to operate which caused problems for the national government.


why did the articles of confederation purposely create a weak government


the writers of the constitution corrected an economic weakness under the articles of confederation when they?



what is under articles of confederation



They realized they had a weak central government, the articles of confederation was a failure


The power for the national government to collect taxes was denied under the articles of confederation. The article of confederation stated that the states had the final authority in all matters.


True. Under the Articles of Confederation the government had no power to collect taxes.



It is true that under the Articles of Confederation, the central government lacked the power to tax. Its formal name was the Articles of Confederation and Perpetual Union.


The states were represented equally under the Articles of Confederation. Representation was based on one vote per state. The Articles of Confederation created a weak central government.


Congress did not have the power to tax under the Articles of Confederation. The Congress could request tax. The government went into debt.


The Articles of Confederation created a loose union of sovereign states that had intentionally made the central government weak because they feared tyranny, and the weak central government under the Articles of Confederation was eventually ineffective.


Under the Articles of Confederation the federal government was structured so that Delegates were chosen by state legislatures, and each state had one vote in Congress.


The central government was more limited under the Articles Of Confederation than under the Constitution. People did not trust the government to have too much power. It looks like they were right.


it was the Articles of Confederation. Under the Articles the federal government was unable to raise enough funds to run itself and it had to depend on the states to send money


The structure of government established by the Articles of Confederation created a framework for a loose confederation of states. It was ratified on March 1, 1781.



That would be the government as it existed under the Articles of Confederation. The Articles of Confederation had many weaknesses, most of which were addressed in the later US Constitution.




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