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Unit IV Scholarly Activity: Constitution Comparison Worksheet Page 1: Fill in the blanks below with the appropriate answers. Page 2: Complete the essay in a minimum of 200 words. Table 1 Instructions: Compare the Articles of Confederation and Constitution by filling out the blanks below. Comparison Articles of Confederation Constitution Ratification Year (1.) 1781 1788 Votes 1 vote per state 2 Senate votes + proportional House votes Legislature (2.) Unicameral Bicameral Courts State courts only Separate Judicial Branch President Presided over Congress (3.) Executive Branch Trade State controlled Federally controlled Passing Laws Consensus of (4.) 9 states Congressional majority and presidential signature Tax Laws State controlled Federally controlled Control of military Congress Congress Currency State Issued Federally Issued Amendments Required the consent of (5.) ALL states 2/3 Congress and 3/4 of states Table 2 Instructions: Fill out the missing words from the United States Bill of Rights.
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