The Articles of Confederation were not working
Shay's Rebellion showed the weaknesses of the Articles of Confederation because it showed how the inability to maintain a national military could be detrimental to the states. Because of this apparent weakness, it became necessary to revise (or eliminate) the 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.
Although the Articles of Confederation were what colonist wanted, they were ineffective. No taxes were collected and the country was open to attack because there was no central government.
The Articles of Confederation did not create enough of a "central government". It was too "states rights orientated". Not enough cohesion was there thus the US Constitution.
what is under articles of confederation
THE ARTICLES OF CONFEDERATION, THE ARTICLES OF CONFEDERATION,
The constitution was the solution to the articles of confederation
the articles of confederation was weak
Weak describes the Articles of Confederation.
the articles of confederation were finally approved when?
The Articles of confederation approves in 1781. (^_~) ♥
articles of confederation main points
who cam up with the articles of confederation
No, only the legislative branch was in the Articles of Confederation.
The Constitution replaced the Articles of Confederation.
The Articles of Confederation failed to provide for a national judiciary, which was one of its shortcomings. The Articles of Confederation were created in 1777.
No the Articles in the Constitution are not the same as the articles of confederation, because the Constitution have the federal government more power.
congress had the power to amend the articles of confederation
The Articles of Confederation gave the government no separation of powers.
the articles of confederation was signed in Maryland
to amend the Articles of Confederation
all of the states were under the articles of confederation.