Beyond the federal government's use of the Community model, the academic studies of the EC model which appeared at this time also strongly (and uniformly) refuted the decentralist
hypothesis put forward by Quebecois commentators.
philosophy attached to a mid-19th century war, many Americans might assume that secession belongs to the dustbins of history, Kirk fears, forever settled by a triumphant President Lincoln and his Union armies.
Like it or not, Lucien Bouchard's decentralists
and Preston Manning's decentralists
have a great deal in common.
To be fair, Kauffman does indeed encounter some sketchy characters in his travels among the various groups who champion the decentralist
My friend Patrick Deneen, who teaches political theory at Georgetown, has written on the decentralist
website Front Porch Republic of interviewing at a college (much less prestigious than Georgetown) near his hometown in Connecticut:
Both the allegedly gay-friendly president and the allegedly decentralist
Kansan support making marriage a matter of federal, rather than state, definition.
It will be a far more difficult task to devise an alternative political system that will enable the decentralist
aims of the Lega to be put into effect.
In both its serious and superficial guises the simple life remains an organizing principle for agrarian communards, an impetus for the decentralist
critiques of Paul Goodman, Lewis Mumford and E.
The military school was a charter school, and the charter-school movement was an easy fit with Brown's old decentralist
The House Republicans' Contract With America completely consumed the first three months of the 104th Congress and dominated Washington politics for much of 1995; its decentralist
message also fit well with the Tocquevillian America Barone sees emerging.
As in other federations, such as the United States, Austria, Germany and Australia, the expanded role of the central government in the twentieth century--and especially after the Second World War--acted as a strong countervailing force to decentralist
The Antifederalist cause was a valiant attempt to preserve the revolutionary, decentralist
, libertarian strains of the War of Independence, and Martin was, at his best, one of its most perspicacious figures.