Articles of Confederation

In what ways did the framers try to improve on the Articles of Confederation?

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The Framers revised the Articles because many thought that the states needed more power.The states thought it was too much like the British government so they wanted more power.

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The Constitution was different from the Articles of Confederation in many ways. The Constitution gave our federal government more power, so it could sufficiently run. Under the Articles of Confederation our government was uni-cameral; the Constitution changed it to bi-cameral (House of Representatives and Senate). The US Constitution also created a court system which was previously not existing in the Articles of Confederation. Our constitution has enable to protect the rights of the citizens.

The articles of confederation were the first attempt at government in the US. The only problem is the federal government had no power to make states do anything. The constitution gave congress explicit powers and ways to enforce them.

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