Articles of Confederation

Articles of Confederation - taxes o We had worked up a debt...

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Government The constitution o Timeline/background o Weaknesses of the articles of confederation o Contrast the Virginia Plan and the New Jersey Plan. o Articles 1-7 “In their day, nations were run by rulers not rules.” o What does this statement mean? o Where would Hobbes and Locke stand with regard to this statement? Articles of Confederation o The first constitution of the United states o First attempt to add an independent gov o Created a league of friendship o The power was in the states o National government was weak because there was no way to raise revenue through
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Unformatted text preview: taxes o We had worked up a debt from the war for independence o There were a lot of presidents under the Articles of Confederation o p. 31 in text book – articles of Confederation • The Virginia Plan o Favored by the large states o Drafted by James Madison o Power comes from the people • The New Jersey Plan o Favored by the small states o They wanted to fix the Articles, not get rid of it o Drafted by o Favored equal representation of the States in the government...
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This note was uploaded on 04/30/2011 for the course ADV 318J taught by Professor Murphey during the Spring '07 term at University of Texas.

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