Strengthening of the power of the Federal Government.
The biggest change from the Articles of Confederation was the creation of a stronger federal government. The Constitution created an executive and judicial branch.
George Washington was the president of the Constitutional Convention that voted to replace the Articles of Confederation with the Constitution.
the relationship between the central government and the states
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They changed it because the articles of confederation had a lot weaknesses in power and government. Because of The weakness of the articles caused the Shays' rebellion.
The weakest part of the Articles of Confederation was the need for 12 states to pass a law and all 13 to change the Constitution.
The constitution strengthened the power of the federal government
Probably the most significant change was that the federal government under the Constitution had the power to impose taxes in limited circumstances, but enough to fund government operations. Under the Confederation, the only way the central government got funds was if the state governments voted to give them money.
It introduced a strong central government.
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 the meeting in Annapolis in 1785 was not to change the Articles of Confederation.False
They met and wrote the constitution from May to September 1787.
It was difficult to amend.
It was James Madison who was responsible for the plan to change the Articles of Confederation. Madison served as the 4th U.S. President.
They expected to change the articles of confederation instead they changed the whole constitution.
Who wanted to replace the Articles of Confederation?
To change the Articles of Confederation **** The delegates met to deliberate over the NEW government. The Articles of Confederation were too weak and needed "modifying". The delegates met to approve the Constitution. ****
There was almost no ability to do anything with out the majority of the states consent. America under the Articles of Confederation was more or less what the European Union was. The Constitution changed America from a group of 13 nations to a more united nation.
How did the articles of confederation change the colonist minds about role of a centeral government
The 55 delegates met in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, in 1787 to change the Articles of Confederation.
The Constitutional Convention (or the Philadelphia Convention) was called to amend the Articles of Confederation, the rules for the United States' first independent government. But when the fifty-five delegates attempted to amend the plan, they realized the task was impossible. The delegates scrapped the Articles of Confederation and secretly began working to devise an entirely new framework for government, the US Constitution.
it more clearly stated to rights of the states, people, and government.
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 Framer's abandoned the Articles of Confederation to keep the population happy, and to stop the economy from crashing.
The Articles' weakness was that they gave the federal government so little power that it couldn't keep the country united. The Articles were abandoned for the Constitution.The Articles of confederation did not give the federal government the power to taxThe Articles of confederation did not have an executive branch in other words no presidentThe Articles of Confederation did not have a judicial branch to resolve disputes and set policy.It was very difficult to pass laws under the Articles of Confederation 9/13 of the states had to agree and almost impossible to revise the Articles the need every state to agree in order to make a change.