American government

why did the founding fathers think it necessary to create the articles of confederation ?
A. to establish a monarchy to replace the british king
B. to establish thirteen different governments with no central government
C. to make peace with the british empire
D. to establish a legal basis for a permanent government of the united states

my best answer is B is that correct

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  1. No. Not B. The states each had their own governments already. The Articles established a national government, didn't they?

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  2. My best is D

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  3. yes it is D

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  4. I got it all right B,C,D

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  5. edd is correct

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  6. its d. i just did a test and i got it right so its d. : )

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