The Articles of Confederation was the first Constitution written for the United States. It was passed by the Second Continental Congress in June 1776 and was ratified in November 1777. In 1777, the Articles were put in practice. It lacked a strong federal government system and had no Tax debts to pay the Money owed from the American Revolution and was replaced by the current Constitution of the United States.
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