The Judicial System: The Articles Of Confederation

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As the Articles of Confederation wanted to completely rid the system of American government of an Executive Branch completely, its first focus was on the Legislative Branch, hoping to give power solely to a group of people that would vote on what is best for the betterment of the country. However, as the Continental Congress realized that a stronger central government was needed (due to factors such as The Jay-Gardoqui Treaty and Shay's Rebellion), after much debate, the Executive Branch was finally added. Furthermore, the focus of this system was still centered around the Legislative Branch; this is because the American colonies wanted to stay as far away from British tyranny as they could. To avoid leaders who could be bought out for law

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