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A review of the Articles of Confederation and Constitution

States would each get _________ vote according to the Articles of Confederation. 1
Under the AOC, there was only the ______________ branch of government. legislative
These were some weaknesses with the AOC (5) weak central government, Congress did not have power to tax, no president, no national court system, no national money
Under the Articles of Confederation the ____________ had the power in government. states
The Constitution was written to solve ____________________________. the problems from the AOC
The AOC and Constitution both established a _____________________ ________________________. national government
Under the Constitution, the ____________ the power in government. states and federal government shared
The Constitution created _______ branches of government. 3
Representation is based on population in the ______________ House of Representatives.
Representation is equal for each state in the ____________. Senate
The Three Fifths Compromise said that ________ would count as 3/5 of a person for _____________ and _______________ slaves; representation; taxation
_______________ played a leadership role in the Constitutional Convention and was the main writer of the Constitution. James Madison
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