The lack of power given to the Continental Congress strangled the federal government. The Articles gave Congress the power to pass laws but no power to enforce those laws. If a state did not support a federal law, that state could simply ignore it. Congress had no power to levy taxes or regulate trade.
The first major armed rebellion in the post-Revolutionary United States. They resisted high taxes and unresponsive government.
They did not give Congress and the national government enough power. The need for a stronger Federal government eventually led to the Constitutional Convention in 1787.