What Are the Three Key Differences between the Articles of Confederation and the Constitution?

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The Articles of Confederation did not set forth the tools necessary to institute a strong government. Specifically there was not a central leader, there was no taxation and gave the majority of the power to the states. The Articles also gave the states power to coin their own money and 100 percent consent from all states for a new amendment.
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The articles of confederation were, in a way, our first constitution. The constitution; however, is a lot more detailed and takes care of a lot more things than the Articles.
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Sorry for the late response but I've been down with the flu for about four days and today is the first I've opened my e-mails. Here we go: The Articles of Confederation (1781-1787
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The constitution provided for federal courts, and taxing individuals. The articles of confederation gave supreme authority to the states and no true president.
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