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what are the three weaknesses in the Articles of Confederation
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anonymous
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The major downfall of the Articles of Confederation was simply weakness. The federal government, under the Articles, was too weak to enforce their laws and therefore had no power. The Continental Congress had borrowed money to fight the Revolutionary War and could not repay their debts.
Princess_Shadow_SOB
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I recommend that you tell the state leaders that these three weaknesses in the Articles of Confederation must be addressed. They require a new plan for government. The three greatest weaknesses in the Articles of Confederation are the following:
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this is what it said
anonymous
  • anonymous
Well this is what i think. Congress could not raise taxes, it was dependent on the states for revenues. The national government could not raise an army, again, it was dependent on the states providing units. Congress could not properly regulate interstate commerce.
anonymous
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One of them was the lack of power given to the contenential (I think that's how you spell it) congress

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