Congress didn't provide the army with enough equipment because:

a) it didn't want a war

b) it wanted foreign countries to give aid

c) a soldier's life is expected to be hard

d) it didn't have enough money

e) the Continental Army was a volunteer army


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Congress, established as the first U.S. government with the Articles of Confederation in 1777, was tasked to raise and take care of the Continental Army during the American Revolution and after its conclusion. Yet, no means of collecting revenue was given to Congress besides borrowing money from abroad as the Articles made the central government reliant on the financial support from individual state governments.

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