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The Articles of Confederation were finally approved when?


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the Articles of Confederation were finally approved when?

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The Articles of confederation approves in 1781. (^_~) ♥

All 13 states had to ratify the Articles of Confederation.

Yes it did. It had to be approved by all 13 states.

The Articles of Confederation were approved by the Continental Congress in 1777, in Philedelphia.

What decisions needed to be approved by the states from the Articles of Confederation

Congress approved the Articles of Confederation in 1777, the Continental Congress approved the final draft of the Declaration of Independence on July 4th, 1776.

The Articles of Confederation were finalized in 1781.

An effect was it was during the American Revolutionary war so once the colonists won the Articles of Confederation were immediatly approved.

the articles of confederation could noy levy taxes, tax,form a military and finally they couldn't be changed easily......

The first Congress after the Articles of Confederation were approved was in Albany, New York in 1754. Benjamin Franklin was a leader in trying to organize the Colonies into a workable group.

Ah APUSH I see, looking at the workbook I'd go with D.the economy was plunged into severe depression that required drastic action

Maryland delayed the ratification of the Articles of Confederation. The state of Maryland had an issue with larger states, such as Virginia, laying claim to land in the West. The Articles were finally ratified on March 1, 1781.

what is under articles of confederation

The Articles of Confederation consists of 13 articles. The articles establish the confederation, the confederate congress and voting powers, and allows Canada to be admitted to the confederation.

The last draft of the Articles was written in the summer of 1777 and the Second Continental Congress approved them for ratification by the States on November 15, 1777.

No, the Articles were completed in 1783. The Constitution was approved in 1788. The Bill of Rights became part of the Constitution in 1792.


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