Confederation and Constitution

Required ResourcesRead/review the following resources for this activity:
Textbook: Chapter 7, 8LessonLink (website): Articles of Confederation (1777) (Links to an external site.) https://www.ourdocuments.gov/doc.php?flash=true&doc=3
Minimum of 1 scholarly source (in addition to the textbook)Initial PostFor the initial post, address the following:
-Pick two (2) issues of the Articles of Confederation and describe the main problems that the United States was faced with under the Federation government.
-Analyze two major debates (see textbook Section 7.4) by which the Constitution was created in the summer of 1787.
-Then, address one (1) of the following to your initial post:
-Discuss the ratification process of the Constitution of 1787.-How did ratification lead to the formation of America’s first two political parties, the Federalists and Anti-Federalist?-What were the major differences between the Federalist and Anti-Federalist, and who were the best-known members of each party?
(As a separate paragraph) Follow-Up Posts:Compare your selections and analysis with the following response:
“The first problem the United States Federal government faced was that Congress became powerless. It could find no support from the states anxious to maintain their hold on the power. The Congress lost its hold on the issues of national interest and could not conduct foreign policy, regulate trade and collect money. The two significant debates were the election and the powers of the President, the problem of slavery and the representation in Congress. The ratification of the Federal Constitution is broadly explained in Article V of the document. A proposed amendment can’t become a law until Congress passes it by a two-thirds majority in both the Houses. Once Congress passes the amendment, then it is sent to the state legislatures for ratification. The United States Constitution became the backbone of the US government when New Hampshire rectified it in June 1788. The Article of Confederation remained the sole authority behind the governance until the ratification of the Constitution (Our Documents – Articles of Confederation (1777), 2017). The founding fathers had in mind a federal structure that would give states more control over the union. It became soon apparent that successful governance required a solid and stable national government. Alexander Hamilton was one of the first leaders to raise this issue. The delegates debated the proposal of creating a new form of government. Delaware and Pennsylvania became the first two states to rectify the new Constitution. The first elections took place from December 1788 to January 1789, and George Washington became the United States’ first president. The Federalists led by Alexander Hamilton lobbied for strong executive and government while James Munroe and Patrick Henry wanted solid states and weak central government. “
If  different perspectives are chose than your own, examine how yours are similar and/or different. If the the same perspectives are chosen, build on that response by providing additional information about the acts that you have not already noted in your own post.
Writing Requirements:APA format for in-text citations and list of references