Under the Articles of Confederation, how many votes did each state get when voting on a new law? ​
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ma44857 2 years ago
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Answer:

one

Explanation:

The Articles of Confederation created a union of sovereign states. An assembly of delegates acted on behalf of the states they represented. Because the smaller states feared the domination of the larger ones, each state had one vote in the Confederation Congress, regardless of its size or population.

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