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History, 22.06.2019 21:00 mlbowman3644

Favored broad political participation favored rich, educated loose interpretation of constitution opposed jay’s treaty strong central government support in new england support in south & west thomas jefferson & james madison which are federalists or democratic republicans

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a strong central government

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central.

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D. The Articles of Confederation were the United States' first constitution, which joined original 13 states under a central government with limited power.

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The Articles of Confederation and Perpetual Union. It establishes the name of the confederation in "The United States of America" and says that it is a "Perpetual Union."

It affirms the priority of the separate states over the government of the confederation. "Each State retains its sovereignty, freedom and independence, as well as all its power, jurisdiction and right not expressly delegated by this Confederation ..." Establishes the United States as a league of the United States for its common defense, the protection of its freedoms and their mutual and general well-being.

It limits the powers of the central government to direct foreign relations and declare war. No state can have an army or army and cannot declare war without permission from Congress. The expenses of the United States will be financed with funds raised by local congresses according to the value of their property.

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D.The Articles of Confederation were the United States’ first constitution, which joined the original 13 states under a central government with limited power.

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The articles of confederation was Americas first ever constitution. But because the Founding fathers made it so weak it only lasted 10 years

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I believe the answer is D.) Source A presents a point of view in favor of the Constitution. Source B presents a point of view against the Constitution.
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I think it is:
D. The Articles of Confederation were the United States' first constitution, which joined original 13 states under a central government with limited power.
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The answer is d man i know

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