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What was written to replace the Articles of Confederation?

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The US Constitution replaced the Articles of Confederation.

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The US Constitution was written to replace the Articles of Confederation.


no. the constitution replaced the articles of confederation


They wrote the Constitution, to replace the Articles of Confederation.


The Articles of Confederation were written to govern the interaction of the thirteen original states after winning independence from Great Britian in 1776. They proved to be ineffective so in 1787 the US Constitution was adopted to replace the Articles of Confederation.


In a sense.The Constitutional Convention, in itself, did not replace the Articles of Confederation. The Constitution was created at the Convention and it was based upon some of the ideals that the Articles of Confederation had, but had changed many things.So, in a sense, no. The Constitutional Convention did notreplace the Articles of Confederation, but the Constitution that was created then did.


The US Constitution was written to replace the Articles of Confederation. Many believed the articles had created a federal government that was too weak to deal with the nation's problems.


George Washington was Commander in Chief of the army. He was not present when the Articles of Confederation was written. James Madison realized that the Articles of Confederation were fatally flawed and wrote the Constitution of the United States and the Bill of Rights to replace the Articles of Confederation.


There are people who want to replace the Articles of Confederation because they feel that they will have a stronger national government.



The Constitution was accepted on March 4, 1789, to replace the Articles of Confederation. The Articles of Confederation had many weaknesses, including creating stronger state governments and a weaker federal government.


James Madison wanted to replace the Articles of Confederation because he thought they would have a stronger national government. But Patrick Henry wanted to keep the Articles. :))


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 first draft of the Articles of the Confederation were written by John Dickinson.



The Articles of Confederation.



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Just the opposite, actually. The Articles were written first.


unicameral. when the articles of confederation was scraped, the constitution was written to ensure a bicameral legislature.




Yes, because the Articles lacked a strong, central government.


George Washington was the president of the Constitutional Convention that voted to replace the Articles of Confederation with the Constitution.



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