After the Revolutionary War, the United States government was in a state of frenzied disillusion. In an attempt to solve the problem of a lack of a functioning government, the Articles of Confederation were formed. Often times called the “Articles of Confusion”, the Articles of Confederation paved the way to our modern system of government. Out of the unreliable and unstable Articles, the Constitution was formed. Though the Articles instilled a seemingly well functioning governmental
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set up. The Articles helped lead to the development of the Constitution by means of showing what flaws to avoid, and what was necessary in all governing documents. The Articles of Confederation provided the United States an effective system
of government, but it was obvious that there were loopholes in the Articles that needed to be fixed. That is why the Articles were almost completely done away with, and the Constitution was put into effect.