Decentralization and Secession

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New York: The Corona Crisis Shows the Benefits of Localism Yet Again

Decentralization and Secession

Blog06/02/2020

COVID-19 is not really a "national" issue. It has affected different areas in very different ways.

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The German Court's Unexpected Blow to the ECB

Decentralization and SecessionLegal SystemMonetary Policy

Blog05/29/2020

A high German court recently ruled that the European Central Bank has overstepped the bounds of its power. The angry response from high-ranking European bureaucrats tells us a lot about what they want for the EU.

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Three Ways the Coronavirus May Significantly Accelerate Political Decentralization

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Blog05/22/2020

Although national tragedies tend to bring a country together, it seems clear that the coronavirus will leave America as divided as it has been in modern history.

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Testing Deregulation Can Help Fight COVID-19

Decentralization and SecessionHealth

The fight against COVID-19 would benefit from a comprehensive deregulation of the market for testing. A brief look at India shows the damaging roadblocks to solutions that regulations impose.

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This Crisis Will Not Bring Americans Together and Maybe That Is a Good Thing

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Blog04/30/2020

Thanks to the growth of the state over time, political stakes have become much higher, and groups fear that they will be crushed by the other side if they lose. Crisis-induced cohesion is not a silver bullet, but rather a ticking time bomb.

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A Protest from France

Big GovernmentDecentralization and SecessionFree Markets

Blog04/30/2020

The lockdowns of the past month have not been conducive to the common good. While they have saved the lives of many people, they have also endangered—and are still endangering—the lives and livelihoods of many others. They have created a new and dangerous political precedent.

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COVID-19 Is Teaching Us Decentralization Is Needed More Now Than Ever

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Blog04/28/2020

We need to move beyond the stale platitudes of trying to fix politics in DC. The chattering class’s lamentation about the divisiveness of politics is frankly silly. In some ways, polarization is our friend.

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Your Supermarket Overlords: Why Barbados Needs a Voluntary Quarantine

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Blog04/21/2020

The fact that people break curfew just proves that smaller, decentralized communities are better at organizing than a few top-down planners. Barbadian neighborhoods do a much better job of self-regulating.

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Gun Control: Americans Have Been Lucky during the COVID-19 Panic, but It's Still a Toss-Up

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Blog04/16/2020

So far, when it comes to disarming the population, governments haven't been quite as terrible as one might have predicted during the COVID-19 panic.

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Decentralization and Privatization Haven't Gone Far Enough in Coronavirus Testing

Bureaucracy and RegulationDecentralization and SecessionHealth

Blog04/16/2020

Federal regulation of medical tests and testing needs to be ended and left to the states. And then state authority must be broken up and decentralized even further.

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