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Very few people took the conference seriously

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Very few people took the conference seriously. Alexander Hamilton was one of five  delegates chosen to represent New York at the conference, but not all of his colleagues  even bothered to arrive. Without a majority of the states, it was impossible to amend the  Articles . Those delegates who did arrive, however, refused to abandon their vision of  reform. Led by Hamilton, they sent another request to the state governments requesting  their presence at another convention to be held in Philadelphia in 1787. Unlike the  Annapolis conference, the Philadelphia Convention would meet to revise the Articles  entirely, not just certain areas. Toward the end of 1786, Hamilton was elected to serve in the 1787 session of the New  York State Assembly. As an Assemblyman, Hamilton worked with several issues. He 
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