The Articles of Confederation reflected the principle of federalism because it
A divided power between state and national governments
B mandated a new constitution for the state governments
... allowed the national government to abolish the states
D required states to obtain permission to pass any laws
... Constitution safeguarded liberty by allocating power between the central and state governments. This new American federalism ... [ any one of the coauthors, but they agreed that it was the best ...
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