Too Much Democracy?
Back in 1776 when the United States was only composed of thirteen states and the American people of those states had a fear of a powerful national government the Articles of Confederation were created and put into effect. The Articles of Confederation failed miserably and caused a lot of dispute which then led up to violence. All the problems of the articles were the results of too much democracy in the state governments. The articles caused democratic principles, equality and participation, to be violated. In the sense of equality, the Articles of Confederation did not give the Congress e…
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