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I understand that the primary concern is keeping us united, but each state having equal power seems like it would be more uniting than just a single, strong central government.

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We need to keep the Articles of Confederation to give the states power and not let the central government become too strong/powerful. We can not risk jeopardizing our democracy by letting the central government become too strong to where it is a monarchy. Those are just two of many reasons why we need to keep the Articles of Confederation.

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I am John Michael, and I support argument 2. While North Korea does not yet have an ICBM that can reach the mainland of the United States, the ICBM can reach U.S. allies along with the U.S. territory Guam. With that being said, I think we should avoid war as much as possible in order to not put our allies/territory in danger. Also, MSN reported that China would side with North Korea if the U.S. decides to strike first, which is my main concern with option 1 (Preemptive Military Strike). With that said, I think the best choice for the U.S. at this point would be to pressure North Korea to return to the six-party negotiations.

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