Currency Among Colonies: The Federal Government

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The federal government was quite feeble in terms of strength among the colonist. They could ascertain the power to tax and enforce laws amidst the colonies. The colonist had fears of making their government similar to a monarchy, so they leaned towards state (local) governments. To enforce power and stability without fearing the colonist it would be ideal to have government representatives that agreed among the numerous ethics each colony had. With an overall agreeance, it would be simple to create a currency among colonies, tax them accordingly, and have those governors enforce the various laws among the colonies. The location for the meetings would have to be centralized; which would cause the meetings to take place in Maryland or Pennsylvania.

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