The article of confederation did not provide the US with an effective government during years 1781 to 1789. Explain?
An effective government is one that will responsibly carry out and defend the wishes and rights of the people, while keeping the country stable and strong. Between the years 1781 to 1789, the Articles of Confederation did not provide the United States with an effective government. The Articles of Confederation lacked adequate powers to deal with economic, foreign commerce and foreign relations. It also did not have the power to enforce its will on the states.
The major failure of this government was the lack of power to tax the states and so, the congress did not have any money to pay off…
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- The article of confederation did not provide the US with an effective government during years 1781 to 1789. Explain?
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