United States Constitution Essay | Early Changes in the US government

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Early Changes in the US government

Summary: Describes the failure of the articles of confederation and the need for the writing of the constitution
     In America during 1981, many people were enthralled that they had just won their independence from the tyrannical British Government.  So when these people earned their freedom, they had no idea what to do to create a new government.  Trade was weakened because America's main trading partner was now a hated enemy.  The Articles of Confederation did not allow for a government that had the power to do the things that it needed to do.  The Article of Confederation were so weak and not suited for the new American nation, that one must ask why it was passed at all, and how one piece of paper, the Constitution, changed it all.

      The Articles of Confederation allowed for a central government that had several jobs, such as post office, foreign affairs, military, interstate issues and coin...

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