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User: The Articles of Confederation placed most government power and responsibility with the local governments state governments federal government national government

User: The Articles of Confederation reflected the principle of federalism because it divided power between state and national governments mandated a new constitution for the state governments allowed the national government to abolish the states required states to obtain permission to pass any laws

User: Articles I, II, and III of the Constitution describe the responsibilities of each of the state governments powers of the branches of federal government methods to propose and ratify amendments duties of states that propose amendments

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The Articles of Confederation placed most government power and responsibility with the state governments.

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Articles I, II, and III of the Constitution describe the powers of the branches of federal government.
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