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What fundamental problem did noah Webster see in the Articles of Confederation?

> that states would always work in their own self-interest even if it meant harm to the nation as whole

> that the central covernment would always favor large states over the smaller states when disputes broke out

> that small states would have just as much say in the government as larger states

> that the states would have no way to stop the central covernment feom imposing harsh taxes on them***

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  1. I don't agree.

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  2. A?

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  3. Yes. It's A.

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  4. its A

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