Articles Of Confederation Vs. The Blueprint Of A Nation

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Rather than the blueprint of a nation, the Articles of Confederation seems more fitting to be an agreement signed by several nations to form an alliance.
In Article II, states were granted sovereignty, freedom, and independence. This means that the Articles of Confederation didn’t have much strength to unite and keep the states as one nation. In Article V, each state was to be represented by more than two and less than seven delegates. Even though this did allow the voice of every single state to be heard, it did not achieve equal representation, which was problematic when attempting to achieve democracy in a nation. Article IX stated that no president was allowed to serve more than three terms, with each term being one year. Because every
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