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Articles of Confederation

Definitions

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  • noun a written agreement ratified in 1781 by the thirteen original states; it provided a legal symbol of their union by giving the central government no coercive power over the states or their citizens

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  • When they say "the founders wanted a limited federal government", make sure to reply "yes, it was called the Articles of Confederation, and it failed miserably". refudiate has a ring of truthiness about it.

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  • When they say "the founders wanted a limited federal government", make sure to reply "yes, it was called the Articles of Confederation, and it failed miserably". refudiate has a ring of truthiness about it.

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  • When they say "the founders wanted a limited federal government", make sure to reply "yes, it was called the Articles of Confederation, and it failed miserably". refudiate has a ring of truthiness about it.

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  • When they say "the founders wanted a limited federal government", make sure to reply "yes, it was called the Articles of Confederation, and it failed miserably". refudiate has a ring of truthiness about it.

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  • When they say "the founders wanted a limited federal government", make sure to reply "yes, it was called the Articles of Confederation, and it failed miserably". refudiate has a ring of truthiness about it.

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  • When they say "the founders wanted a limited federal government", make sure to reply "yes, it was called the Articles of Confederation, and it failed miserably". refudiate has a ring of truthiness about it.

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  • When they say "the founders wanted a limited federal government", make sure to reply "yes, it was called the Articles of Confederation, and it failed miserably". refudiate has a ring of truthiness about it.

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  • When they say "the founders wanted a limited federal government", make sure to reply "yes, it was called the Articles of Confederation, and it failed miserably". refudiate has a ring of truthiness about it.

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  • When they say "the founders wanted a limited federal government", make sure to reply "yes, it was called the Articles of Confederation, and it failed miserably". refudiate has a ring of truthiness about it.

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  • When they say "the founders wanted a limited federal government", make sure to reply "yes, it was called the Articles of Confederation, and it failed miserably". refudiate has a ring of truthiness about it.

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