The Articles of Confederation was a new plan of government that hopefully would bring unity and stability to the newly formed nation. A few basic weaknesses of The Articles of Confederation were : Currency and the fact that The Second Continental Congress did not like the idea of setting up another strong central government.
We are the founding fathers and we decided to created a weak national government for The Articles of Confederation.
The three branches of government today are The Legislative, Judicial, and Executive Branch. The Legislative branch is in charge of making the laws. The Judicial Branch passes the laws. And lastly, the President is a part of the Executive Branch.
The Legislative Branch or the lawmaking branch, consisted of a Congress and had two parts, the Senate and The House of Representatives.
George Washington had in creating The Bill of Rights.The Constitutional Convention was used to create it and the purpose of the convention was for the delegates to make important decisions.
We were the first five presidents of the United States: George Washington, John Adams, Thomas Jefferson, James Madison, and James Monroe.