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What is the document that replaced the Articles of Confederation?

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The Articles of Confederation was replaced by the United States Constitution. The Articles of Confederation was instituted in 1777 and replaced in 1787, lasting a period of ten years.


The Articles of Confederation contained 13 articles. The Articles of Confederation were created on November 15, 1777, and ratified on March 1, 1781. The document would eventually be replaced with the U. S. Constitution.


The document that was replaced in the constitution was the Articles of Confederation. This was replaced with the Declaration of Independence and was done by 12 out of the 13 states in 1787.


The United States Consitution. I'm certin of it.



The Constitution replaced the Articles of Confederation.




It replaced the Articles of Confederation.


no. the constitution replaced the articles of confederation


The US Constitution replaced the Articles of Confederation.



On June 21,1788, the Articles of Confederation was replaced by the Constitution of the United States. Actually it was 1787


It was the Articles of Confederation, they were written in 1777 and they were replaced by the United States Constitution in 1787.


The articles of confederation


The Articles of Confederation was the document that was ratified in 1781. This document established a confederation of sovereign states.


The Articles of Confederation is both a document and an article.


"Articles of Confederation" OR "confederation" or "the Articles of Confederation"



well the articles of confederation lasted from 1781 to1789


Because the Articles of Confederation was making America have a weak government.


The articles of Confederation was abandoned because the document did not have a balance of power and therefore the Constitution was made. =]




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