C. The Confederation Congress had no power to put down rebellions.
The Confederation Congress was a government of the United States of America that ran from March 1, 1781 until the government under the Constitution became operational on March 4, 1789. This institution, which brought together delegates from the parliaments of the states, was the direct successor to the Second Continental Congress.
When it was created, the confederation congress was weak and inefficient on some points. This brought some problems to the government that was being established, but many of these problems were solved with the country's constitution. As an example of this, the Confederation Congress did not have the power to suppress rebellions, so the Constitution gave the federal government the power to "guarantee domestic tranquility"
The Confederation Congress had no power to put down rebellions