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U.S. Constitution

A) This list compares the powers of the government given by the Articles of Confederation and the powers given by the Constitution. Color the box where these powers were given. Some of them were contained in both documents.

Articleso of confederation Powers of the Constitution
The government could organize national courts of justice.
The government could tax the people directly.
The government could organize an army and navy.
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Articleso of confederation Powers of the Constitution
The government could borrow money.
The government could ask each state for money to pay the government’s expenses.
The government could wage war and make peace.
The government could regulate trade between the states.
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Articleso of confederation Powers of the Constitution
The government could produce money and regulate its value.
The government could control nrelations between the U.S. and other countries.
The government could regulate trade with other countries.
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B) Decide who or what belongs to each of the government branches.

Vice President

Chief Justice

Congress

Senator

Federal Court judge

Speaker of the House

Attorney General

Senate

Secretary of Defense

Supreme Court

Representative

Cabinet

Commander in Chief of the armed forces

House of Representative

EXECUTIVE

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LEGISLATIVE

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JUDICIAL

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