to build their nation and started out by creating a form of government that would benefit all classes of people in the new nation. The Articles of Confederation were created as the first set of laws that the states would conform to. Unfortunately, the Articles led to a chaotic period where the nation found themselves in the same spot they started from. The Articles lacked the balance of powers needed to sustain a government. Because of these problems sprouting up in the country, the leaders began
Should the Constitution be approved ? Does it have too much power or just enough power ? The constitutions controversy is so overwhelming and shall be one of the most historical events of us Americans. In behalf of us as Americans , each and every person is entitled to thier own opinion and furthermore should be heard. This new Constitution has alot of considerable perspectives, nevertheless , poor perspective. Personally , this Constitution is really something myself and many others dont know how
Football (Or ?Soccer? in the US) is for everyone and this should be kept out of the beautiful world of football. Let people enjoy football and keep football having advantages instead of liabilities. FIFA?s primary objective is "to improve the game of football constantly and promote it globally in the light of its unifying, educational, cultural and humanitarian values, particularly through youth and development programs"
off their land - they continually move more and more west as the US keeps pushing them Slaves did not gain freedom after the war The Articles of Confederation this created a weak central government & states had a lot of power each state had one equal vote in the national government - regardless of the size or population of the state in order to amend the Articles, unanimous approval was required - all 13 states had to agree the federal gov’t could: make treaties borrow money ask for tax money -
Responses to Independence some happy, others disliked - Loyalists (Tories). colonies = States (became indep even before rev). States, by 1781, had written own Constitutions. Unsure whether to have central govt (or only state auth). 1777 - Articles of Confederation. War forced ppl to balance central power w/ state government. C Congress = main coordinator of war effort (limited power) Mobilizing for War New govt challenges: raising and supplying armies, gathering funds, no British markets = shortages
revolution had left the United States in $54 million of debt including interest (“Hamilton’s Plan to Fix the U.S. Economy”). $25 million of this was owed by states and the paper money that had been issued under the Continental Congress and Articles of Confederation was essentially worthless (Mintz and McNeil “Alexander Hamilton’s Financial Program”). The common assumption was that the overall debt would end up being reduced somewhat and U.S. citizens would receive only partial repayment (“Hamilton’s
LSM The impact of intellectual property rights on preserving the competitive advantage. A case study of Apple Inc’s iPhones . Word Count: 14,014 Abstract The world today has rapidly developed into a services industry where knowledge is power. Knowledge provides means of acquiring newer technologies which then businesses can then use to create new products. In this context, IPRs become a valuable asset that firms can use strategically to lessen or prevent competition. IPRs are basically
In a soup over Maggi noodles, what’s the worst for Nestle? A quality scare is a food brand’s worst nightmare, especially when children are involved. Nestle India Ltd’s share fell by 9.1% on Wednesday, after more states began to conduct tests on its instant noodles brand Maggi for higher-than permitted levels of lead and for the presence of monosodium glutamate. Fears that this situation is developing into a full-blown crisis have made investors bearish. Parallels can be drawn with the Cadbury Dairy