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The goverment had only one branch Apex (:

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the federal military was not able to provide for national security. Apex

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The federal military was not able to provide for national security

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The government only had one branch.

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the federal government could not raise money by collecting taxes. apex

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The government had only one branch.

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the federal government did not have a legislative branch

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the federal military was not able to provide for national security

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if you’re doing this on apex the answer is β€œThe Federal military was not able to provide for national securityβ€œ

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How did the constitutional convention address the weakness of the article of confederation?

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Did the constitution resolve the weakness in the articles of confederation explain your answer?

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i thought it was that James Madison made up the Virginia plan because he thought it was better. Then the delegates saw that the plan would be better if revised so both sides of the conflict gets what they want.


The Constitutional Convention decided to write a new constitution rather than amend the Articles of Confederation What was the main weakness of the Articles of Confederation that led to its downfal?

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