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Choose one of the following principles: rule of law, checks and balances, separation of powers, republicanism, democracy, or federalism. Discuss whether you think the Articles of Confederation or the Constitution was a better reflection of that principle and explain your answer in a paragraph
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User: Choose one of the following principles: rule of law, checks and balances, separation of powers, republicanism, democracy, or federalism. Discuss whether you think the Articles of Confederation or the Constitution was a better reflection of that principle and explain your answer in a paragraph

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Federalism is idea that government exists by consent of the people, who have the greatest authority in making political decisions. The Articles of Confederation gave each state only one vote in making decisions. Therefore, states with small populations had as much power as states with large populations. Also, nine of the 13 states had to agree to any new law, more than a simple majority. Agreement of so many states was difficult to achieve, making progress slow. Under the Constitution, the people elect those who represent them. They influence decisions and have authority through voting. Article I of the Constitution changed the one vote per state idea to a system that considered population and majority agreement. Article V created an amendment process that is difficult but does not require unanimous consent. However, it does give the states an important role in the process.
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