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Under the Articles of Confederation, what kinds of cooperation did the states agree to?

A. work together to establish a judiciary for enforcing national laws
B. pool their resources to form a national currency
C. uphold each others' legal documents
D. impose an income tax on their citizens dedicated to supporting the operation of the national government

I THINK D

  • U.S government -

    Nope. Check this site for a summary of the Articles of Confederation.

    http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Articles_of_Confederation

  • U.S government -

    it can't be B or C so im thinking A

  • U.S government -

    Right!

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    sweet

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