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State-Level Secession Isn't Enough. The States Themselves Must Be Radically Decentralized.

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Tags Decentralization and Secession

12/22/2021Ryan McMaken

The benefits of decentralization don't stop at the state level. State governments themselves must be broken up into decentralized confederations that allow for local vetoes, local sovereignty, and regional autonomy.

Original Article: "State-Level Secession Isn't Enough. The States Themselves Must Be Radically Decentralized."

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State-Level Secession Isn't Enough. The States Themselves Must Be Radically Decentralized.
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