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The rights which the Articles gave to the federal government were very limited. It was very difficult to get anything done because in order to add an amendment or change something a unanimous decision was required. The powers which were given to the federal government by the Articles of Confederation include: the authority to make war and treaties, as well as the ability to determine the amount of troops and money each state can contribute...
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However, there was no way for them to enforce it. The federal government also had the power to borrow money and admit new states into the Union. Under the Articles of Confederation, the federal government could not levy taxes because the states were in charge. The Confederation could not draft troops; they are only able to suggest which states should contribute based on their population...
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