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Which of the following was not a weakness of the Articles of Confederation? a. one vote per state regardless of size c. strong national court system b. Congress could not collect tax d. could not
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The weaknesses of the federal government under the Articles of Confederation were: a. one vote per state regardless of size. [ Additional information about the Articles of Confederation can be found at ]
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