Confederation and Constitution Discussion

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Week 2 Discussion 2: Confederation and Constitution

What were the main problems with the Articles of Confederation that led to the Constitutional Convention of 1787? How did the national government under the Constitution differ from the Articles of Confederation?

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Confederation and Constitution
The challenges of the Articles of Confederation that resulted in creation and final
ratification of the charter started with the conclusion of the Revolutionary War that removed the
direct common bond connecting the states (Barbara 23). There was yet a need for the states to
stay united within a new country. Every of the 13 in...

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