A New Nation-Articles of Confederation-13 colonies
As a new nation, the political leaders drew from a wide range of political ideas to write the Articles of Confederation. From reading previous documents, they learned to write the Articles. Several of the previous documents were the Magna Carta, the Virginia Statute for Religious Freedom, and the English Bill of Rights. There were also political ideas from leaders such as John Locke and Thomas Pain.
But the writers of the Articles soon became aware that there were many short coming international relations. After the treaty of Paris was signed, Britain closed many of its ports to American…
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