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Shays' Rebellion represented...
a success of the Articles of Confederation
a failure of the Articles of Confederation
The main cause for many of the rules in the Articles of Confederation was that the delegates at the Continental Congress...
did not want to give the states too much power because they'd proven they were willing to rebel against a government.
wanted to create a government that was identical to England's government.
were concerned about giving the central government too much power because the King had used his power unfairly.
wanted to unify the states together, which included creating one army and one type of currency.
Who was the president under the articles?
Each governor voted on a president
The most senior Senator
There wasn't one