For these reasons and others as well, the States decided to unite the States into a confederation.
After the power struggle with Great Britain over unfair taxes and laws, the thirteen States were reluctant to give Congress the power to enforce those same things. Therefore, Congress did not have a lot of power and never had much money since it could not demand that the States loan it any. The
for each one of the States. For these reasons and others as well, the States decided to unite the States into a confederation.
Because of the abuses of the British monarch and Parliament, Americans feared too much governmental authority. As a result, the Articles of Confederation did not set up an executive power (i.e.: president, prime minister, etc). America had no national court system (no judiciary power), only a o