The Governments of America
Branches of the Articles of Confederation
The Articles of Confederation was the first government in the newly formed United States of America. It had one branch that was called Congress.
Branches of the Contitution
The Constitution was created in place of The Articles of Confederation. There were now three branches of government: Executive, Judicial and Legislative.
In the Articles of Confederation states were represented by 1 to 7 delegates and the states get to choose how to elect delegates.
How the States Were Represented in Congress
Simularities between Articles of Confederation and the Constitution
Similarities between the two governments are that they both have at least one branch, they both make laws and enforce them and they both can make treaties.
Differences between Articles of confederation and the Constitution