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The Success of the Articles of Confederation
The Articles of Confederation was the first constitution introduced to Congress 1777 that linked the thirteen independent states together in dealing with common problems. Ratified in 1781, under the Articles of Confederation did make lasting contributions to the nation's well being. The Articles of Confederation despite it's defects, was a significant stepping stone toward the present constitution. Under the Articles of Confederation, the central government was successful in governing the United States in terms of clearly outlining general powers, regulating the western lands and keeping t…
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