Explain how the Constitution augmented national authority.
The Constitution increased national or central power in a couple of distinct ways. The fact that the executive branch became powerful or possessed power under the Constitution was a stark departure from the Articles of Confederation, which gave little power to the central government. The fact that the Constitution specified that the government was to work in the light of a "more...
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