The Amendment process of Articles of Confederation?
they needed all 13 states approval if you do not believe me check your book
This question is nebulously worded and can mean one of two questions: 1) Can an individual today change the words/paragraphs/articles of the Articles of Confederation? -- No. The Articles of Confederation is an historical document. 2) Were the Articles of Confederation, while in use, subject to an amendment process? -- Yes. The Articles could be amended provided that the amendment was passed in all of the State Legislatures.
The writers of the Constitution were thoroughly displeased with the system of government established by the Articles of Confederation, which as the name implies was theoretically a federation of independent states. They wanted to radically change the government and thus they did not use the Articles of the Confederation as a starting point. In addition, the terms of the Constitution's ratification were different than those of the amendment process. Whereas all states had to ratify…
FACTIONS: the federalist supported the Articles of confederation meaning they wanted a federal government. Where the Anti-federalist didn't support the Articles of confederation, because they thought it gave the central/federal government too much power. At the same process it led to the bills of rights to be created as part of the Articles of confederation.
Unlike the later United States Constitution, the Articles of Confederation required that all (then 13) states ratify the agreement before it could be put into effect. The ratification of the Articles of Confederation dragged on for over three years, stalled because many states refused to ratify it until specific conditions were met.
The purpose was to revise the Articles of Confederation. However, Rhode Island didn't send representatives and the Articles of Confederation required each state to send representatives in order to edit the Articles of Confederation. Because the Articles of Confederation could not be edited, the Articles of Confederation were thrown out and the current Constitution of the United States was created. This meeting is also known as the Constitutional Convention. This is false. The purpose of…