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The nosedive of the economy also had to do with the fact that the Articles of confederation didn't allow the federal government to tax, so the printed money meant nothing at all. John Jay writes "What I most fear is, that the better kind of people, by which I mean the people who are orderly and industrious, who are content with their situations and not uneasy in their circumstances, will be led by the insecurity of property, the loss of confidence in their rulers, and the want of public faith and rectitude, to consider these charms of liberty as imaginary and delusive...
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By having the great politicians scared, one can assume that the people are even more scared. Illustrated by document G, people didn't want their central government to have too much power, so they wrote the articles in such a fashion that everything was brought down to the state level, and 13 representatives would meet with one another; each state got one vote...
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