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I read the constitution many times, it is hard to understand-

how did the constitution address the flaws of the Articles of Convederation?

thanks!

  • History-Constitution -

    You have to decide what the flaws were, then look at the Constitution.

    Did the Constitution form a strong central government?

  • History-Constitution -

    Yes, but how is a strong central government good- couldn't it be dangerous in a way? In other words, what part of the Consitution was better than the Articles of confederation?

  • History-Constitution -

    Decide what the flaws were in the ARticles, and start from there.

  • History-Constitution -

    okk, thank you!

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