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Terms to be used: Constitution, Article of Confederation, Declaration of Independence. 1. Introduction a. Thesis: The Constitution was better for the common man than the Article of Confederation, because it gave them more representation than the Article of Confederation did. 2. Body a. Topic: The Article of Confederation was worse than the Constitution because it depended mostly on the states for decision making and the people who controlled the states weren’t for the common people but for their own gain. i. To change or amend the articles, there had to be a unanimous decision between all the states. Also, nine of the thirteen states had to agree so that there would be a national law. But, most of the time, the states were split between the South and the North, or the big states and the small states, so it made it hard for a law to be passed. The common man would not have enough representation of what they feel is right. ii.
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