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The Necessity of a New Constitution
The Articles of Confederation was a fairly loose agreement between the thirteen colonies that was created and ratified during the Revolutionary War. Its two most crippling weaknesses, the prohibition of taxes and commercial regulation by the national congress made it weak and ineffective until 1986, when Charles Pinckney proposed a convention for the amendment of the Articles of Confederation. The idea was further considered in the Annapolis Convention of 1786 until delegates from all of the thirteen states came together in Philadelphia in 1787 for the purpose of amending the Articles of C…
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