The Articles of Confederation is that agreement which made the present United States. Its drafting was begun in 1776 by the Continental Congress. After the completion of this agreement in early 1781 it was ratified and finally approved by 13 states. This agreement guided the issues in Revolutionary war, Indian relations as well as territorial issues and agreement with Europe. This agreement however was not able to support a strong central government. The United States Constitution solved this issue. This constitution made a stronger and powerful central government and president as well as solved issues about courts and taxation.
By this constitution many issues were solved which were in the Declaration of independence. The most important issues were related with the king and the courts. According to Declaration of independence the king had power to fire the judge if he was not pleased with him. Even The judges would not get the payment if the king was unsatisfied with them. The constitution solved this problem by declaring that the court judges would be appointed by the president and with the presence of 2 or 3 senates. This constitution also stated in Article III that the judges wouldn’t be fired as long as they want even for their life unless they showed any misbehavior. Another great issue was the authorization power of taxation of the government. In decision making there was no balance between large and small states. All states could one vote but to ensure justification based on majority the large states were expected to vote more as they had more people. The constitution solved the issues relating imposition of tax by stating that government has the right to impose tax, provide land grants and take responsibility to pay war debts. The Powers were redistributed. The House of Representatives was made with the senate. These made possible to build a stronger. Powerful central government and all states were pleased with...