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Unformatted text preview: of Confederation, you must need a unanomous vote under all states to make an amendment, while in the Constitution, you only needed a majority of two thirds of the Senate and the House of Representatives to pass it. For another, under the Articles of Confederation, each state in congress had only one vote, while under the constitution, the states had two votes in the senate, (where every state is equal) and one vote per representative in the house of representatives (where the states had representatives according to population). And for the last thing, under the Constitution, the government could regulate trade, make laws, and the states were more like one firm union of states. Under the Articles of Confederation, it was competely the opposite....
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- Fall '08