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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 Glossary For Further Reading Web Sites Index
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United States. Articles of Confederation.
Constitutional history -- United States.
United States -- Politics and government -- 1775-1783.