Hello! Have you ever read the U.S. Constitution? Do you have a basic idea of the Articles of Confederation? If not, take this quiz to test your knowledge and learn more about the U.S. Constitution. It was an agreement between the 13 states of the United States, which was approved and came into effect on March 1, 1781. Let`s take the quiz. Congress could not force states to give taxpayers` money to the federal government. The paper money issued by the state of Massachusetts was worthless, so they couldn`t pay their bills. Farmers in western Massachusetts whose farms were removed from the bank. Many of them had been soldiers years earlier, and they still owed money to the U.S.
government. Virginia and Maryland almost went to war with each other. There was a weak federal government with only one house of Congress. An American who supported the civil rights of African Americans. It was the first plan to govern the United States. To pass a bill in Congress, a 9/13 vote was required to pass a bill. The federal government did not exercise oversight to ensure that the laws were enforced. When the peasants revolted, there was no federal army to stop them. Each state had its own army and printed its own currency. Creation of a president, a Congress and a federal judicial system. No federal courts to ensure state courts act fairly. All states were equal to one vote in Congress per state.