Everything Needed about the Articles of Confederation, the Federalist, Anti-Federalist, the Elastic Clause, Federalism, Delegated, Expressed, Reserved, and Concurrent Powers
1. Articles of confederation
In Philadelphia, 1787 the articles of confederation where revised by 55 delegates. They agree that they needed to write a new constitution, that they where in need of a strong government, that there should be an executive branch (president), and that the states should not be as powerful as a national government. But they also had some disagreements like how many representatives should each state have in congress, how should the slave population count, and how to elect the president and for how long. The compromises they made where "The Great Compromise" that was to create a congress compose of 2 houses: The house of representatives, that was based in population, and the senate, that was equal; "The 3/5 compromises", every 5 slaves was to be counted as 3 free persons; "The Bill of Rights", protects the rights of the people; and that the president is to be elected for 4 years and is elected by the electoral college.
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