The structure of the Articles of Confederation

a. neglected the principle "separation of powers" because it did not create a separate judicial branch

b. reflected the principle "separation of powers" through its three separate branches of government

c. made a legislative branch and a strong executive in line with the principle "separation of powers"

d. created a single strong legislative branch in line with the principle "separation of powers"

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  1. Posie
    a. neglected the principle "separation of powers" because it did not create a separate judicial branch
  2. Darion
    The structure of the Articles of Confederation neglected the principle "separation of powers" because it did not create a separate judicial branch.
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