Pros And Cons Of The Articles Of Confederation

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The articles of Confederation were drafted with an aim to succeed, but there were some allocations that were not considered. The first concern that was not considered was how powerful the federal government was supposed to be. The founding fathers knew that confederation was going to make the United States a unit, which means that decisions such as international relations, was to be controlled centrally. The congress and the executive were not given sufficient powers to engage military action. The congress had to borrow military empowerment from the states. With the international relations, and with the size of Union that the founding fathers hoped for, they could have given military power to the national government, which could have eliminated
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