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StrategyU.S. HistoryPolitical Theory
If Trump haters want to protect their agenda in their communities, decentralization and secession are great ways to do it.
Money and BanksU.S. EconomyU.S. HistoryMoney and Banking
There's a growing divergence between income growth in states with large financial centers — and the old "main street" economies.
U.S. HistoryPolitical Theory
Trump's upset win provides no mandate and does not translate into any general approval for the candidate's agenda.
U.S. HistoryPhilosophy and MethodologyPolitical Theory
America's success stems from its limitation of state power. Unfortunately, it's not clear that Donald Trump realizes this.
U.S. HistoryWorld HistoryPolitical Theory
If my repeated insistence that I do not consent, is insufficient to indicate my lack of consent, then what kind of crazy moral system is this?
Candidates rarely win votes from more than a small fraction of the population, and yet this meager performance is said to be a "mandate."
Global EconomyU.S. HistoryPolitical Theory
As always in an election year, the public clamors for more jobs. But really, they are clamoring for more, newer, and better stuff.
Both political corruption and trade barriers lead to economic impoverishment. The current election has brought both issues to the fore.
In a free market, increasing trade leads to increases in real wages. Unfortunately, central banks have intervened to inflate many of those gains away.
Decentralization, not political influence, should be the goal — a strategy that is more "Brexit" and less "Reagan Revolution."