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Both the articles of confederation and the constitution they were established by the same people (sometimes literally the same exact people, though mostly just in terms of contemporaries). But they differ more than they do resemble each other, when one looks at the details. Comparing them can give us insight into what the Framers found important in 1781, and what they changed their minds on by 1788. Formal name of the nation Articles: The United States of America Constitution: (not specified, but referred to in the Preamble as "the United States of America") Legislature Articles: Unicameral, called Congress Constitution: Bicameral, 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 The Anti-Federalists and Federalists were unsure of which form of government would be best. They were also unsure of what rights that the government should protect. The part about which power should go to the state government and which power should go to the federal government was another issue that they were unsure of. In terms of ideological, constitutional and fundamental thinking, both Anti-Federalists and Federalists did not really have much difference in thinking. I predict that the Bill of Rights and Its Influence on the United States Constitution is about comparing Parliament's granted rights to the Constitution's amendments
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@PrincessHush Which came first, how did it lead to the next one?
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(3 pt) Which are characteristics of humanism? A. emphasis on belief in the power of scientific inquiry and confidence in experimentation B. stress on a literal interpretation of the Bible and confidence in medieval scholarship C. stress on the wisdom of the classics, belief in the dignity of humans, and confidence in human potential D. belief in the value of humility, stress on religious devotion, and confidence in the wisdom of the church fathers
i think it's d or b
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I apologize @iwanttogotostanford I went out to eat. Articles of Confederation: The Continental Congress adopted the Articles of Confederation, the first constitution of the United States, on November 15, 1777. However, ratification of the Articles of Confederation by all thirteen states did not occur until March 1, 1781 The Constitution: The Constitution was written during the Philadelphia Convention—now known as the Constitutional Convention—which convened from May 25 to September 17, 1787. It was signed on September 17, 1787. The Bill Of Rights: These 12 were approved on September 25, 1789 and sent to the states for ratification. The 10 amendments that are now known as the Bill of Rights were ratified on December 15, 1791, thus becoming a part of the Constitution. In order they would be: Articles of Confederation: November 15, 1777 The Constitution: September 17, 1787 The Bill of Rights: December 15, 1791