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AP Gov FRQ 10-1-07 - Garrett Henry AP Government FRQ FRQ...

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Garrett Henry AP Government FRQ 10-1-07 FRQ One of the three problems of decentralized power that existed under the Articles of Confederation was the fact that the there was no national judicial system. With no national judicial system, all judicial matters were handled on a state level. The states all had different ways of dealing with different issues. There was no centralized judicial system to handle the issues that arose on a national level. The remedy for this issue was the creation of the Supreme Court. This court became a national court that was able to process judicial matters at the national level. A second problem of decentralized power that existed was the lack of a united militia. Each state had its own form of militia, yet there had no been established a centralized militia force. The problem with each state having its own militia was that there was no unity or order in which actions were taken. Each state’s militia operated differently than all the rest.
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