No. Although it is possible to argue that the Convention exceeded its mandate by producing a completely new structure of government rather than merely "revising" the Articles of Confederation, everybody understood that the Articles had serious structural problems which could not be solved and thus expected something more than a mere revision.
Beyond that, the Convention had no power whatsoever to force the new system onto several states. It was circulated among them and they could accept it or reject as they chose. Had fewer than nine states ratified then the constitution never would have gone into effect and some other solution to the country's problems would have had to have been found. The Constitution was adopted with the full consent of the several states after many months of open and reasoned debate among the people.
He participated in a coup against the Constitutional government,
The Constitutional government called the Directory.
He was a party to a coup against the Constitutional government.
From the Directory which was the legal and Constitutional government by coup.
I believe Siam changed its name after the coup against the Monarchy. After this coup, a Constitutional Government as well as a Monarchy was introduced. Since Thailand means "Land of the Free" in Thai. I think they thought it symbolised the fact that they could chose who ruled them.
He participated in a coup in 1799 against the legal constitutional government called the Directory and became the First Consul of France.
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Coup is short for coup d'état, it is pronounced "koo". See the link below.
The English word 'coup" comes from the French "coup d'Ã©tat" another meaning of "un coup" is a blow.
Coup d'etat has three syllables: coup-d'e-tat
Coup, as in "Coup d'état"
A coup massage is a masage to the head.
another term for coup
Napoleon gain power in France by his Military victories and taking insight on the revolutionary ideas of the people.He was a party to a coup against the Constitutional government.
He was a part of a coup against the Constitutional and legal government of France which made him the First Consul, then Consul for Life and finally a self declared promotion to Emperor.
'Coup' is a French origin loan word into English, as I'd say you are aware since you classified the question in 'French to English'. While the word 'coup' in the phrase 'counting coup' is still the same loan word from French as is used in 'coup d'etat', for example, the phrase 'counting coup' is of English origin.
coup d'état infructueux.
A coup or coup d'Etat.
Edwin Coup died in 1892.
Edwin Coup was born in 1861.
It is called a coup or a coup d'etat.