Articles of Confederation

What are the main points of the Articles of Confederation?

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The Articles of Confederation gave power to the States even though Congress was still the main power.


The main purpose of Congress under the Articles of Confederation was to make decisions about foreign affairs and national defense. This changed drastically after the introduction of the Constitution.


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