History

Question

Shays's Rebellion convinced many Americans that the Articles of
Confederation:
A. modeled the national government too closely on European
governments.
- B. created a national government that was too focused on military
issues.
O C. gave the national government too much control over the states.
D. made the national government too weak to solve important
problems.

1 Answer

  • The answer is D! The articles of confederation made the national government too weak to solve important problems. The Shay’s Rebellion ultimately portrayed the vulnerability of the states to uprisings and emphasized the need for a stronger federal government, eventually calling for a Constitutional Convention in Philadelphia.
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