The Articles of Confederation did not create the executive or judicial branches.
No, only the legislative branch was in the Articles of Confederation.
the federal government had no branches because the articles of confederation had no ferderal power. every state had the executive, legistlative, and judicial, but those were state governmetns
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A government with legislative and judicial branches.
I believe there were two...
an executive and a judicial branch
1, the Legislative.
Executive Legislative and the Judicial branch.
Executive and Judicial Branch
Because the Articles of Confederation had no president and called for a weak national government. The new constitution gave more power to the government and separated the government into 3 branches.
The branches of government did not have an equal share in power.
State and National Government. Did not have an executive or judiciary branch in national.
creating the three branches of government
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It is either the Articles of Confederation or the Virginia Plan, which states the three branches of government.
no separation of branches
Only one branch was set up under the Articles -- the Legislative branch.
Articles of Confederation
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nation legislature in which state would have one vote.there would be no executive or judicial branches of government
the constitution established three strong branches of government
The Constitution created a national government having three branches.