Table of contents for Evaluating the Articles of Confederation : determining the validity of information and arguments / Greg Roza.

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Contents [chapter head]
1 Setting the Scene
What Are the Articles of Confederation? 	
The First Continental Congress	
The Beginning of the War	
Public Opinion	
2 The Seeds of Change 
The Second Continental Congress	
The Lee Resolution	
Drafting the Articles of Confederation	
Disagreements Among the Thirteen States 	
3 A Closer Look at the Articles of Confederation	
A Document Completed	
State Powers	
Federal Powers	
Congress and Delegates	
4 Dissention and Compromise
Weaknesses of the Articles of Confederation	
Shay's Rebellion	
The Constitutional Convention	
Federalists Vs. Antifederalists	
5 A New Constitution for a New Nation
U.S. Constitution and Articles of Confederation	
The Legacy of the Articles of Confederation		
Timeline of the Articles of Confederation	
Graphic Organizers in Action	
For Further Reading
Web Sites 

Library of Congress Subject Headings for this publication:

United States. Articles of Confederation.
Constitutional history -- United States.
United States -- Politics and government -- 1775-1783.