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Federalism As a Condition of Better Government

Writing in Cato Unbound, Dalibor Rohac suggests that federalism, by providing a number of sources of authority that keep each other in check, offers the best chances of success for the “classical liberal project.” Mark Koyama and Noel D. Johnson respond that the extent to which federalism will safeguard liberty depends on the character of the federal state.