Why the Articles of Confederation were an effective form of government for the U.S.
Protruding from the American Revolution, the solidifying institutions of the United States were left open to new ideas. Men such as John Dickinson began forming ideas of a strong centralized government, ignorant to the effects of the grandeur power abused by Parliament of Britain. Immediately the various states challenged this suggestion and groups of democratic-republicans stressed a loose confederation of states where people were sovereign. These ideals were summarized in the Articles of Confederation, which provided the United States with an effective government from 1781-1789 by suiti…
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