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American History

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Target #2 I can explain why the US knowingly established a weak central (national federal) government. * 1.) The colonies had just fought a war with Great Britain to escape from a strong central government. * 2.) The new citizens of this country were not about to make the same mistake by creating a national government with too much power.
Articles of Confederation A document adopted by the Continental Congress in 1777, that outlined the form of government of the new United States.
Target #3 How was the government organized under the Articles of Confederation? • Loose association of independent states • National Government = 1 branch called the Confederation Congress (Only the legislative branch) • Each state sent a couple of delegates to the Confederation Congress • Each state got 1 vote • NO national cour
Created by: naomeallison