articles of confederation- creates a central government dependent on each state for raising funds, does not include an executive branch.
constitution- provides a more powerful central government, creates a system of shared powers between the central and state governments, uses a bicameral or two-chamber legislative system combining equal and proportional voting.
Articles of Confederation
- Created a central government that depended on states for raising funds.
- Does not include an executive branch.
United States Constitution
- Provides for a more powerful central government.
- Uses a bicameral, or two-chamber, legislative system combining equal and proportional voting.
-Creates a system of shared powers between state and central government.