The Articles of Confederation. 1777-1789. I. Structure of The Articles of Confederation. The National Government Unicameral (single chamber) Congress No Executive Branch or President No Federal Courts, Congress settled problems between states.
Each States’ congresses controlled who represented the state. Not the voters.
• There were 13 separate states that
lacked national unity.
Shays' Rebellion- angry farmers take weapons and burned down banks that held record of their debt.