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Topics: American Revolutionary War, Democracy, State Pages: 1 (347 words) Published: November 10, 2008
DDDDDDDSd efgEGGGGGGGGGGGcourts and settle disputes between states. Thus the power given to Congress gave it permission to operate with moderate control over the states. Another plus was that the Articles made provisions to allow equal voting in Congress for each state and the understanding that most decisions were to be made by majority vote. However, the states despised even "moderate" government involvement in their affairs and especially with government taxation. This was a major cause of inflation, which ultimately consumed the nation. The articles also did not give the government the power to enforce laws thus relying on the voluntary compliance by the states. But in order to change the Articles all of the representatives had to be in agreement. The negations of the Articles soon grew more evident and although some states did not want things to change it became evident that change was needed and inevitable. This statement makes the answer False. "George Washington played an important role in adopting the Constitution". After the Revolutionary War Washington retired to his home in Mountcourts and settle disputes between states. Thus the power given to Congress gave it permission to operate with moderate control over the states. Another plus was that the Articles made provisions to allow equal voting in Congress for each state and the understanding that most decisions were to be made by majority vote. However, the states despised even "moderate" government involvement in their affairs and especially with government taxation. This was a major cause of inflation, which ultimately consumed the nation. The articles also did not give the government the power to enforce laws thus relying on the voluntary compliance by the states. But in order to change the Articles all of the representatives had to be in agreement. The negations of the Articles soon grew more evident and although some states did not want things to change it became evident that change was needed...
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