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What is under the Articles of Confederation?

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all of the states were under the articles of confederation.


How can laws be passed under articles of confederation?


Thirteen states were represented under the Articles of the Confederation.


Actually, there was no executive branch all together. You Learned this in 6th grade History you know. (Or 5th grade if you don't live in VA)


The US government was under the Articles of Confederation because the Articles of Confederation was like a contract or treaty that told what rights the people had and stuff.


There was no national court system under the Articles of Confederation. (GradPoint)


congress under the articles of confederation could not congress under the articles of confederation could not


Under the Articles of Confederation, the term of the President was one year.


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


No it was not, under the Articles of Confederation Congress was not allowed to regulate interstate and foreign commerce.


the writers of the constitution corrected an economic weakness under the articles of confederation when they?


Yes, the US was allowed to make treaties under the Articles of Confederation.


The states had more power over taxation under the Articles of Confederation.


The major problem of the government under the Articles of Confederation was that the national government was unable to enforce its laws. The Articles of Confederation were created on November 15, 1777.


Basically, the Articles of Confederation was a total screw up... does that answer your questions?


The states were represented equally under the Articles of Confederation. Representation was based on one vote per state. The Articles of Confederation created a weak central government.


No, the Articles of Confederation did not have a national court system. Moreover, under the Articles of Confederation, the Congress had limited power to regulate trade.


Under the articles of confederation


True. Under the Articles of Confederation the government had no power to collect taxes.


Under the articles of confederation all states were given the right to tax themselvs and regulate trade.


John Hanson was the first president to serve a one-year term under the terms of the Articles of Confederation.


Under the Articles of Confederation the states were in charge of their own governments. The federal or national government was virtually nonexistent.



Congress did not have the power to tax under the Articles of Confederation. The Congress could request tax. The government went into debt.


The name of the confederacy formed under the Articles of Confederation was called, interestingly enough, the United States of America.



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