The Articles of Confederation were the first governing document of the new United States. One of the main reasons the Articles of Confederation was ineffective was because
The federal government was too weak to enforce laws, is the right answer.
The Articles of Confederation which served as the First Governing document of the United States was written during a time when Americans feared a strong national government. They believed, a strong central government can re-establish a tyranny just as the British once had. Accordingly, the Articles of Confederation did not give some significant powers to the National Government such as to implement their laws and taxes.
the article of confederation was ineffective because people wanted to have on govern to hold all power and the others want just any-one period
Select the correct answer from each drop-down menu.The settlers of the 13 colonies created laws based on English (religious rites, common law, mercantile policies) , which applied to both (Indians and colonist, slaves and slave owners, Britain and the colonists ).
Britain and the colonists
The development of the British colonies, which until the mid-18th century. st. achieved considerable self-government, it was constrained by the arbitrary taxation of the colonists (Stamp Act of 1765, Townshend Act of 1770), who in the 1760s began to resist the centralist and mercantilist policies of British rule.
Thus, in 1765, the Sons of Liberty were founded in New England, and in the same year the Stamp Act was enacted.
Congress refused all extraordinary taxes, a boycott of British goods was declared, and is the accepted principle of the No taxation without representation policy of the American colonies.
Select the correct answer from each drop-down menu.
The settlers of the 13 colonies created laws based on English
, which applied to both
Britain and the colonies
How did Egypt's geography affect its farming method
Because of the Nile River running throughout Egypt, the land was very fertile and easy to farm. Therefore, they farmed a lot of wheat and also raised cattle, which was essential to their life.
Well, there was the Nile River, and the rest of Egypt was covered of sand(deserts). The Nile River floods every year, which makes the dirt next to it make it fertile. With that fertile land crops can grow faster and people will have a much better population. Without the Nile and Egypt we wouldn't exist.
What made rome so strong
Rome was so powerful in ancient times because of: - very advance administration system (including e.g. efficient tax system) - justice system (providing unity and stability) - strong army (including people from conquered lands) - dynamic society (providing Romanization of new territories) - well developed trade - excellent engineering skills (ability to build roads, aqueducts, harbors, war machines etc.) - focus on education (high level of literacy in comparison to other lands)
rome was strong because of its army. the roman army has been called the greatest fighting machine that the world has ever seen.
1. Why were the causes of World War II, and how does each cause connect to the other?
The WWII was caused by the dominant tendencies of Germany with support of Japan and Italy who methodically destroyed the peace agreement of international relations established by the Peace of Versailles.
These tendencies had economic and social backgrounds leading to expansion by imposing their totalitarian system and dictatorship of ‘superhumans’ and depriving other nations of their freedom and independence.
Germany’s tendencies were mostly to reclaim what was taken away from it in 1919 and to overpower the Europe, creating a military and economic power being able to rule the world.
Japan wanted to rule Britain, US and Netherlands out of the Far East and Asia (with its great colonial possessions and economic influence and to master himself "with his part of the world"; Italy joined because of ideological closeness and foreign policy clashes with Britain and wanted to rule the Mediterranean and Balkan region.
Pls help! will give brainlist!describe 3 ways in which native americans made use of buffalo?
Answer: Buffalo skin could be used to make tipis, clothes, moccasins, bedding, parflèches, saddle covers and water-bags. Dried buffalo dung provided fuel for fires. Buffalo horns and hooves were made into cups. Buffalo sinews were used as bowstrings and thread.