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Halfway to Secession: Unity on Foreign Policy, Disunity on Domestic Policy

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Tags Decentralization and SecessionU.S. History

01/23/2021Ryan McMaken

Expect opponents of secession and decentralization to start claiming that neither option is acceptable because any big change to the status quo could endanger American "strength" in foreign policy. Don't listen to them.

Original Article: "Halfway to Secession: Unity on Foreign Policy, Disunity on Domestic Policy"

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