The Annotated Secessionist Papers: Second Edition
Barry Lee Clark, Brian McCandliss, Michael Peirce, Walter E. Block, Thomas E. Woods Jr., Kevin L. Clauson, Kirkpatrick Sale, Forrest McDonald, Gene H. Kizer Jr., Thomas J. Dilorenzo, Donald W. Livingston
The Calhoun Institute, Jun 21, 2018 - Political Science - 254 pages
A collection of essays, articles and papers, in the tradition of the Federalist and Anti-Federalist Papers, that discuss secession from a legal, constitutional and historical perspective.
Since the original release of the first edition of The Annotated Secessionist Papers, the world has not ceased to view secession and devolution as a legitimate recourse for people across the globe that seek more responsive democratic representation. In Europe, there are currently twenty-one active and real secession or devolution movements.
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