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Trying Self GovernmentName:A. From Breakup to New Government. How did America go from colonies to the Constitution? Tryyour hand at summing up some of the major points using the chart below. Explain what was learnedDQG ZKDW UHVXOWHG DV \RX EXLOG XSRQ HDFK VWHS± 7KH ¿UVW RQH LV GRQH IRU \RX±What?What?So what?So what?Now what... but what?Now what... but what?B. Strong or Weak?Identify each example as belonging to a strong or weak national government.Write the letter of the statement in the appropriate box.A.A military maintained by each stateB.A representative congress thatpasses national lawsC.Individual currencies for each stateD.A national court with the power toBAC
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Term
Summer
Professor
Kuhnert
Tags
Articles of Confederation, Separation of Powers, new government

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