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Discussion of the Articles of Confederation What was the basic purpose of the Articles of Confederation? What powers did the Articles of Confederation give to the states? To the national government? Why did the Articles of Confederation create a weak central government? Why were these Articles called by those who drafted them "a firm league of friendship"? What citizens might have supported the Articles as they were written? What groups may have wanted more power given to the national government? Could you call those who supported the Articles "states righters"? Essay on slavery and the Constitution Who thought Slavery should be abolished? Why? What were their arguments? Who argued for its continuation? How was the issue resolved in Article 1, section 9 of the U...
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Discussion of the Articles of Confederation What was the basic purpose of the Articles of Confederation? What powers did the Articles of Confederation give to the states? To the national government? Why did the Articles of Confederation create a weak central government? Why were these Articles called by those who drafted them "a firm league of friendship"? What citizens might have supported the Articles as they were written? What groups may have wanted more power given to the national government? Could you call those who supported the Articles "states righters"? Essay on slavery and the Constitution Who thought Slavery should be abolished? Why? What were their arguments? Who argued for its continuation? How was the issue resolved in Article 1, section 9 of the U...
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