The major difference between the Articles of Confederation and the United States Constitution was that the -
Articles of Confederation required a loose interpretation, while the Constitution required a strict interpretation.
Articles of Confederation gave most of the power to the states, but the Constitution placed more power in the hands of the federal government.
Constitution was eventually ratified by the states, but the Articles of Confederation never were.
Articles of Confederation governed the colonies before independence, while the Constitution was adopted after independence.
What created the two-legislature system we enjoy today?
What is domestic tranquility?
Which amendments spells out the rights of people in jail?
Congress overrode a presidential veto for the first time in 1845. How did it do that?
Two-thirds of the Senate only voted for the bill.
It stayed in session so the only bill would automatically become law.
Two-thirds of both the House and Senate voted for the bill.
It elected a new president.