Articles of Confederation

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American History

 

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Lee W

 

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December 11, 2013

 

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University

 

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As the Congress was prohibited from doing the following: levying taxes, raising troops and regulating commerce. These inabilities caused a number of problems concerning economic, foreign and domestic issues. First of all, let’s consider the economic issues arose in the government. By reading the letter from the Rhode Island Assembly to the Congress, it become obvious that the federal government had very little control over the states in commercial and financial matters, as the assembly firmly rejected Congress’s plan to exercise and impost on imported goods...
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As the Congress was prohibited from doing the following: levying taxes, raising troops and regulating commerce. These inabilities caused a number of problems concerning economic, foreign and domestic issues. First of all, let’s consider the economic issues arose in the government. By reading the letter from the Rhode Island Assembly to the Congress, it become obvious that the federal government had very little control over the states in commercial and financial matters, as the assembly firmly rejected Congress’s plan to exercise and impost on imported goods...
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