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Articles of Confederation

Articles of Confederation

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Inherent Powers are given to the national government simply because the US is a sovereign nation.


As a nation, our first government was established at the end of the revolution via a document called the Articles of Confederation; but it didn't work too well, so the US Constitution was adopted in its place.


Inherent Powers are given to the national government simply because the US is a sovereign nation.


As a nation, our first government was established at the end of the revolution via the Articles of Confederation.


The first settlement in the US was Jamestown. The first government was the democracy before Washington.



No. Mexico is a sovereign nation with its own government.


The answer is A government where the nation and the states share power


a good government and nation and people


Delaware was the first state to be part of the US. If you mean nation state as in countries, San Marino was the first.


No. it is a nation with a territory, but not recognized by the US government as a state.


The electorate, or citizenry of said nation.




It was called a confederation because the states were relativly independent and the confederation could help build a stronger nation.




The First Bank of the United States was the first government corporation created in 1791.


To form a more structured nation with a structured government.


The government of a nation


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US President George Washington understood that the main problem facing the new USA was that the government was almost bankrupt. The Revolutionary war had placed the new nation in serious debt as it first began.


Yes. No nation could function without some form of government.



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