Comparing the Articles of Confederation and the Constitution
The founding Fathers consists of Alexander Hamilton, Thomas Jefferson, Benjamin Franklin, John Hancock, John Adams, George Washington, James Madison, and James Monroe. These were the most known contributors of all the founding Fathers. Each framer has equal contribution to the development of the Constitution and the articles of Confederation. The three greatest contributors to the Constitution in the United States were the founding Fathers in the Constitution and the Articles of the Confederation. But all the ones that I put into perspective are the ones that had done the most work on it and put all the ideas they had together. All of them were well educated people and …show more content…
The Articles of Confederation was the written framework for the government of the original 13 states. The Articles were ratified by the individual states by March 1, 1781 and went to effect when the war ended. Later Alexander Hamilton, and James Madison persuaded the delegates to bring together to uphold a Constitution Convention in Philadelphia in May 1787. This Convention took place and was approved on February 21, 1787 for the sole purpose of revising the Articles of Confederation. The resolution which Madison strongly influenced and help to draft when for beyond mere revision of the Articles. They purpose a entirely new national Government under a Constitution.
The Similarities Between the Articles of Confederation and the United States Constitution are some what alike but they also are different in the potential that they were two different idea and even though that they were made by the same people, they had got influenced differently after they say that what they did in the beginning had had not worked so they came out then with the United States Constitution. I will explain to you what they did differently and show the similarities and the differences between both them.
Alright if you were to look at both the Articles of Confederation and the Constitution, together and look at them very closely you come to see that both of them are