Compromises of the Constitution
By late 1786, it was clear to the states that the Articles of Confederation could no longer provide for an adequate government, an essential function to promote the prosperity of the fledgling country. To fix this problem, delegates from all states except Rhode Island congregated in Philadelphia in an attempt to revise the Articles of Confederation. During the convention, the delegates had a variety of views on how the government should function, which led to lengthy and, at times, acrimonious debates. In the end, however, some kind of compromise would always be reached; then another is…
- Compromises of the Constitution
- The Constitution of the USA
- Thomas Paine-Common Sense and related writings. How do his ideas about the British Constitution compare with his ideas about nature?
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