Articles of confederation

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      The Articles of Confederation, ratified in 1781, served as the first constitution of the United States, following the nation’s declaration of independence from British rule. Crafted by the Second Continental Congress, this document aimed to provide a framework for governance among the newly formed states. However, its structure reflected a cautious approach to central authority, as the colonists were wary of repeating the abuses they had experienced under British rule.


      Under the Articles of Confederation, the central government was intentionally limited in its powers. It lacked the authority to levy taxes, regulate commerce, or enforce laws, leading to significant challenges in governance. Each state retained its sovereignty and independence, with representation in a unicameral Congress. However, the lack of a strong central authority hindered the ability of the government to address critical issues such as economic instability and interstate disputes.

      The weaknesses of the Articles of Confederation ultimately led to the convening of the Constitutional Convention in 1787, where delegates from the states drafted the United States Constitution. This new constitution established a stronger central government with expanded powers, addressing many of the shortcomings of the Articles. The adoption of the Constitution marked the end of the era of the Articles of Confederation and the beginning of a new chapter in American history.

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      The Articles of Confederation

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      The Unicameral Congress

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      John Dickinson

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      The Weak Links

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      The Unbalanced Power

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      The Miscommunications

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      The Stars and Stripes

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      The Sovereignty of the States

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      Publisher :

      Series : Foundations of the United States

      First Publication Date : 1777

      Genres: American History, History, Non-Fiction, Politics, Reference Work

      Language : English

      Word Count : 4,400

      Format : DEA (Decentralized Encrypted Asset)

      Read On : eReader dApp

      Cover Art : Includes 4K hi-resolution book cover

      Cardano Retail Price : 39 ADA

      Cardano Discount Price : 29 ADA, for wallet holding The United States Constitution and Federalist papers

      Purchase Limit: 5

      Cardano Policy ID : 30e8e4ddaa88b6f3ea5e2386f0d68d977f091456d8933aa3c9725715

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