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13 October, 08:16

Which powers did the Constitution grant the federal government that the Articles did not?

Select all that apply.

The power to declare war.

The power to make treaties.

The power to impose taxes.

The power to conduct foreign affairs.

The power to regulate trade.

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  1. 13 October, 08:43
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    (A) The power to declare war.

    (C) The power to impose taxes.

    (E) The power to regulate trade.

    These are the powers the Constitution granted the federal government that the Articles did not

    Explanation:

    A federal government is a system with which power is divided into strong national government and local governments. There are some areas that are under the control of the national government, and some areas that are under the control of the local governments. Federal governments is responsible for many things of a country that is geographically large.

    In the United States, the Constitution grants the federal system few responsibilities. These include power to declare war, collect taxes, and they can even regulate trade. They also have power to coin money and regulate its value, establishing post offices, raising support to army and maintain navy to name a few more.
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