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DBQ: Articles of Confederation
<Tab/>The Articles of Confederation provided the US with an effective government. Though, it was not a strong document, it satisfied the needs of the people. With a weak central government, the people were pleased, simply because they were used to the much more centrally based government of Great Britain. This weaker central government did not have total power in anything. The Articles did not allow the government to pass anything if the people did not agree with it. Effectiveness is a relative argument, varying with the subject and how it is being acted on.
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