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What statement most accurately describes the impact the Articles of Confederation had on the correlation of power between the federal and state government?

The Articles of Confederation attempted to balance the power between the state and federal governments through the establishment of a constitutional monarchy.

The Articles of Confederation created a strong federal government that sought to restrict the power held by the states.

The Articles of Confederation restricted the power of the federal government and consolidated power at the state level.

The Articles of Confederation eliminated the state governments for one all-encompassing national government.

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  3. Yes, C.

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