There was no foreign policy, and states printed their own currency. The federal government could not tax; there was no Federal Army, no judicial system, and a lack of national compulsive power over states.
It was a weak alliance, it needed approval from 9 of all 13 states to be amended, no executive or judicial branch, only a one house congress where every state had 1 vote. It couldn't regulate interstate trade, impose taxes, or coin money. They also had no leader to run the country.
Weak Central Government
what is under articles of confederation
The Articles of Confederation consists of 13 articles. The articles establish the confederation, the confederate congress and voting powers, and allows Canada to be admitted to the confederation.
1777 NOVANET USER! i answered 1781 and got it wrong.
The government could not tax or declare war.
THE ARTICLES OF CONFEDERATION, THE ARTICLES OF CONFEDERATION,
the articles of confederation was weak
The constitution was the solution to the articles of confederation
Weak describes the Articles of Confederation.
The Articles of confederation approves in 1781. (^_~) ♥
articles of confederation main points
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the articles of confederation were finally approved when?
who cam up with the articles of confederation
The Constitution replaced the Articles of Confederation.
no. the constitution replaced the articles of confederation
The Articles of Confederation gave the government no separation of powers.
congress had the power to amend the articles of confederation
The US Constitution replaced the Articles of Confederation.
the articles of confederation was signed in Maryland
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to amend the Articles of Confederation
There was no chief executive of the Articles of Confederation.
what is an example of the articles of confederation?
The Articles of COnfederation could not impose taxes.