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No. The confederation created by Articles of Confederation was designed to have a weak central government and a strong state government.

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No. The confederation created by Articles of Confederation was designed to have a weak central government and a strong state government.

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Does a confederation system have a strong central government?

no, it does not have a strong central government


Does a confederation system as a strong central government?

yes


Why did the Articles of Confederation fail as a system of government?

The Articles of Confederation created a loose confederation of 13 independent states with a weak central government instead of creating one united nation with a strong central government like the constitution.


Under a confederate system of government where is power located?

Under a confederate system of government much of the power is located in the individual states. The lack of a strong system of central government caused the Articles of Confederation for fail in the United States.


Does a confederation system have a strong central gov?

No, and that is the whole point of a confederation. Individual or states rights & autonomy are preserved and or served by a "confederation".


What do you call the system of government is divided between central and state?

federation or confederation


What kind of system are the Articles of Confederation in?

The Articles of Confederation created a loose confederation of independent states that gave limited powers to the central government.


What articles of confederation united all states under one strong federal governent is thos true or false?

False. The Articles failed precisely because the system lacked a strong central government.


What dose federal system mean?

Federal system of WHAT?


Did the articles of confederation provide a strong system of checks and balances for the federal government?

No. That's why they wrote the constitution.


A political system that divides power between a central government with authority over the whole nation and a series of state governments?

Federation. Or Confederation.


What did Hamilton imply were the weaknesses of the present system of government under the Articles of Confederation?

Hamilton implied that the weakness of the government under the Confederation was because the central government didn't have enough power. He believed too much power was given to the states and that the central government should be able to pass laws.