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1- Which of the following statements accurately describes the relationship between the principle of "separation of powers" and the Articles of Confederation?

HippoCampus U.S. History & Government
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a) Because the Articles of Confederation created a bicameral legislative branch that could make and enforce its laws, it clearly illustrates the principle of “separation of powers”. b) The Articles of Confederation created both a legislative branch and an executive branch, making this document a clear illustration of the principle of “separation of powers”. c) Because the Articles of Confederation created a central government that contained only a legislative branch, it does not reflect the principle of “separation of powers”. d) The Articles of Confederation created only a judicial branch that could interpret matters of law for the states, therefore it is a poor example of the principle of “separation of powers”.
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