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Created with Fabric.js 1.4.5 The Articles of Confederation The declaration of Independence VS Made by Justice Murray and Kadin Marcus -signed August 2, 1776 -signed March 1, 1781 -signed in Philadelphia -signed in Maryland -made as a way to give the colonies a unified sense of government -made to gain independence from Great Britain -People living in the colonies were impacted -primary sourceis thedocumentitself -wasn't successful -was successful -document made to better the colonists -yes, it helped our country grow stronger -no, the colonies weren't cooperative with the rules set out by the document -the declaration could have fallen through, and not benifitted the colonists -the colonies could have started working together to form a strong country -changes: wanted to be signed sooner and take effect faster -changes: wanted a different approach that would truly unify the colonies -British refused to trade with America after the Declaration was made Federal Government pertaining to or of the nature of a union of states under a central government distinct from the individual governments of the separate states, as in federal government; federal system. The articles were flawed because they kept the states too free, letting them tax and make industry independantly The articles could have been improved by creating a higher power, and focusing the states together to create that power. This document has underlying themes that show that the states still retain their independence. The articles were created for need of a wartime government. This is important because order is needed in times of crisis. The Colonists were concerned about taxes and a large central government, since they would be less focused on winning the war in this scenario.
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