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It was omitted so each state could maintain its own ability to govern.

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Q: Why was there no federal court system established in the Articles of Confederation?
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What document established federal system of government?

If I'm not mistaken, I believe it's the Articles of Confederation.

The articles of confederation established a very weak?

The Articles of Confederation established a particularly weak central government. The Articles of Confederation were ratified on March 1, 1781.

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Which word best describes the federal government that was created under the Articles of Confederation?

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One main feature of the Articles of Confederation was that each state had one vote in Congress. Another feature was the obvious lack of a federal system.

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Considering the Articles of Confederation had no provision for a federal court system or a Supreme Court, Marshall probably thought they were irredeemably flawed.

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No. That's why they wrote the constitution.

Under the Articles of Confederation it can be said that Congress was?

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Did James Madison draft the plan to replace the Articles of Confederation with a new federal system?

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How did the judiciary function under the articles of confederation?

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