Articles of Confederation's effectiveness
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September 28, 2015
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Compounded with restrictions on trade overseas and down the Mississippi River, the states became plagued with heavy depression. The Articles of Confederation were really "all bark and no bite".
Foreign affairs and such were also left up to the states themselves. Englanders joked that if they were to send one minister to America they would have to send thirteen...
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Englanders joked that if they were to send one minister to America they would have to send thirteen. America was so unorganized that they hardly met and rarely added any articles to the Articles of Confederation because to do so took a unanimous vote. The individual states were too weak to defend themselves if there were to be a conflict and didn’t have enough money to bribe others...
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