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the Articles of Confederation was signed in Maryland

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It occurred to revise and rewrite the Articles of Confederation.


The pilgrims had nothing to do with the Article of confederation. They established a colony in 1620. The Articles of confederation were AFTER the revolution in 1776. There is over a hundred years difference.


The articles of confederation was an important step because it was he first constitution of the United States of America.


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Congress could feel that the Articles of Confederation were not working for the people of the United States, so they called a Constitutional Convention to revise the Articles to alleviate some of these problems and better unite the country through legal means. Once the delegates had convened, however, it became clear that the Articles of Confederation were never going to work for the United States, and the Constitution was written to take their place.


The signing of the Declaration of Independence took place on July 4th,1776.


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During the time of the 1790. That was the time it took full effect.


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It took them 2 weeks to think of the ideas and one week to write it.


during the articles of confederation period the most pressing challenge was that people had no homes. people were homeless and nobody would hardly ever take them into their own homes.


The Treaty of Paris took place on September 3, 1783.


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Because the needed to form more rights, take away rights and form a stronger point in government.


Because Maryland was the 13th state to accept it, and as a resut America had it's official government


The Articles of Confederation were revised, said to be too large to take in and was unusable to salvage, and the U.S Constitution was written.


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because Maryland didn't accept the article until 1781 as result usa had a official government


Support came from people that thought the United States was trying to take away state's rights. Some people of course opposed it.


Under the Articles of Confederation, it was the responsibility of Congress to take care of foreign affairs, and make any proclamations of war or peace. It was also the job of Congress to make sure the army and navy were well maintained.


The main purpose of the articles of confederation was to assure freedom for citizens by ensuring states individual liberties with no federal involvement. The created problems however, by no central monetary system exchange rates were often unfair to states with smaller economies and without a centralized army people were frightened that England might just take their territories back.


The USA is the most likely the most powerful country in the world. That is because it was created equally. There is no longer the Articles of Confederation because of that. Another reason why it ended is because there were not the certain branches of government the USA needed. One branch could not be able to take charge of a country that well. That is why today we have the Judicial and the Executive branch.


keep it in a good place not in the car because if they find it they could take it from you "legally" by signing it


The declaration of independence was singed on August 2, 1776, one month after its adoption.



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