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The following is a comparison, detailing the similarities and differences between the two documents. Legislature (makes the laws) Articles: Legislature - Unicameral [One House], called Congress Constitution: Legislature - Bicameral [Two Houses], called Congress, divided into the House of Representatives and the Senate Members of Congress Articles: Between two and seven members per state Constitution: Two Senators per state, Representatives apportioned according to population of each state Voting in Congress Articles: One vote per state Constitution: One vote per Representative or Senator Appointment of members Articles: All appointed by state legislatures, in the manner each legislature directed Constitution: Representatives elected by popular vote, Senators appointed by state legislatures Term of legislative office Articles: One year Constitution: Two years for Representatives, six for Senators Term limit for legislative office Articles: No more than three out of every six years Constitution: None Congressional Pay Articles: Paid by states Constitution: Paid by the federal government Executive Articles: None Constitution: President National Judiciary (Court system) Articles: No federal courts Constitution: Federal judiciary established, including Supreme Court How disputes [arguments] between states are solved Articles: Congress Constitution: Supreme Court New States Articles: Admitted upon agreement of nine states Constitution: Admitted upon agreement of Congress Amendment - How national laws will be changed Articles: When agreed upon by all states Constitution: When agreed upon by three-fourths of all states Navy Articles: Congress authorized to build a navy; states authorized to equip warships to counter piracy Constitution: Congress authorized to build a navy; states not allowed to keep ships of war Army Articles: Congress to decide on size of force and to requisition troops from each state according to population Constitution: Congress authorized to raise and support armies Power to coin (make) money Articles: United States and the states Constitution: United States only Taxes Articles: The United States Congress has no power to tax, but the states do Constitution: Congress and the states have the power to levy and collect taxes Ratification (how the document becomes law) Articles: Unanimous consent of all the states required Constitution: Consent of nine out of thirteen Hope this helped!