[Solved] HIST405N – Week 2 Discussion on Confederation and Constitution




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Week 2 Confederation and Constitution


Initial Post Instructions

For the initial post, address the following:

  • Pick two (2) issues of the Articles of Confederation and describe the main problems that the United States was faced with under the Federation government.
  • Analyze two major debates (see textbook Section 7.4) by which the Constitution was created in the summer of 1787.

Then, address one (1) of the following to your initial post:

  • Discuss the ratification process of the Constitution of 1787.
  • How did ratification lead to the formation of America’s first two political parties, the Federalists and Anti-Federalist?
  • What were the major differences between the Federalist and Anti-Federalist, and who were the best-known members of each party?

Required Resources

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Discussion Response 1

Hello Professor and Class,

The first problem is that The Articles of Confederation, the first constitution of the United States, established a federal government that was unable to tax citizens directly and relied on requests for money from the states. This made it difficult for the national government to fund its operations and pass laws that would be binding on all the states. Because of the lack of funding, the national government was unable to maintain a standing army, regulate commerce, or pay off the national debt. Another major problem that the United States faced under the Articles of Confederation was the issue of representation. Each state had only one vote in Congress, regardless…… [PURCHASE TO VIEW FULL SOLUTION]


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