11. Oktober 2021
Modern scholars such as Francisco Forrest Martin agree that the articles of confederation have lost their force of commitment because many states have violated them, and that „other states parties have not had to respect the rule of unanimous approval of articles.“  On the other hand, law professor Akhil Amar proposes that there was no real conflict on this point between the Articles of Confederation and the Constitution; Article VI of the Confederation explicitly authorized ancillary activities between states and the Constitution could be considered an ancillary agreement until all states ratified it.  Beyond the improvement of their existing association, the recordings of the Second Continental Congress show that the need for a declaration of independence was closely linked to the requirements of international relations. The Congress of confederation agreed and the Constitutional Convention of 1787 launched the process that ended the era of the Articles of Confederation. The constitutional redistribution of powers has created a new form of government unprecedented under the sun. Each former national authority had been centralized or a confederation of sovereign states. The new American system was neither; It was a mix of both.  According to the articles of confederation, the President of Congress, called in many official recordings president of the United States to Congress, presided over the Committee of States when Congress was on recess and performed other administrative functions. . . .