Weaknesses For The Articles Of Confederation

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New Yorkers we would like your attention to what we believe could change the course of this country and our very own freedom. The Articles of Confederation contain great strengths yet it has many weakness, however we believe that we have the solutions to address the flaws. We have noticed that one of the biggest concerns of the people is safety from those who are foreign to us. There are six separate treaties with six separate countries that we have signed, all of them oppose a threat to us and we must be aware of them. If we continue to join and create treaties with other governments, we must be united rather than having individual states create the treaties. The reasoning behind this is for the general government to be more united and well …show more content…
That is what the Articles of Confederation is t If one was to look at the country Germany, we would see that they had at one time had seven states within one country, with not at all a leader. If our country were to follow the footsteps in which Germany has made, we as a nation would have many disagreements and ambitions. Which may lead the states to leave the union and could begin wars among the neighboring states. To avoid such a possibility, we as a union must vote for a representative of the country who would lead the peoples will bring to the success. If one was elected to the seat of the leadership he or she will not have any further advantages than those who are not in his position, it will not be a position of self but a position to represent the people and central …show more content…
Now to protect such right, it would be in the best interest to ratify this new Constitution. The Constitution makes it so that the people have a real say in what happens with the government. With a unified government, a citizen in New York would be able to give their opinion on what happens in other states. This would be done with the correct separation of power, being the three branches, an executive, a judiciary, and a legislative [this one being separated into two]. With this separation of powers, every citizen has the capacity to be represented and voice their concerns to their representatives, thus protecting their agency and solving some issues not addressed by the Articles of Confederation, in this specific case, being the lack of courts and not being able to enforce

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